‘Paper Thin Walls’ is the new single from Terra Lightfoot’s upcoming studio album ‘Consider the Speed’ which will hit the streets on October 16th, on Sonic Unyon Records. It’s the first new studio recordings from Lightfoot since ‘New Mistakes‘ which came out almost three years ago.
Despite appearing to decry the introduction of low-grade building regulations which provide insufficient sound-proofing in high occupancy housing, ‘Paper Thin Walls‘ is actually more concerned with matters of the heart and the way that criticism is delivered and, for that matter, received. But let Terra Lightfoot explain: “I wrote this song about overhearing someone you love sharing some harsh words. I’ve tried to modulate my reactions to things like that, strived to be calmer in my interactions even when I feel strongly. ‘Paper Thin Walls’ is about having your heart run over by someone who never really comes through.”
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