Janet Devlin Releases New Single 'Place Called Home'
Following the acclaim of her 2020 album Confessional, Janet Devlin champions the unapologetic honesty that defines her in “Place Called Home,” reflecting on the inner battles that come with searching for a sense of belonging. The single is the first from her much-anticipated forthcoming EP 'It’s Not That Deep'.
Speaking on the song, Janet said:
“The song means many different things for me. It’s about this feeling of wanting too much to find the home that everyone deserves but the lost feeling of trying to find it. I wanted to hide the ‘despair’ feeling with the positive sound of the track, but still keep that hint of melancholy in the lyrics. The idea of ‘living like a rolling stone’ portrays an almost lifestyle choice to the idea but the truth lying with in ‘it’s in my veins but my roots won’t grow.’ That frustration of finding a place but it never quite being the place that I’ll settle into. The verses very much sum me up as a person. That idea of keeping people at a distance in case I end up moving home again. But trying to play it off as a happy choice with the 'I’ve always loved to travel'."