Writing songs about personal experiences isn't easy, and Colette Carr knows firsthand! In this FM interview, the Los Angeles-bred artist talks to us about "Play House"—the latest single from her second studio album, Believe in Us.
Calling it "one of the most embarrassing songs I've ever written," Carr explains its meaning. "I'm confessing my love to a guy who I just started dating. I had played it for him in its beginning stages completely red in the face."
Below, the singer tells us the accompanying video is up for interpretation and that she's open to hear how other people understand its concept.