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Listen to Langhorne Slim’s ‘House of My Soul’ from Suits — a lovely upbeat number to make you happy

American folk singer songwriter Langhorne Slim’s ‘House of My Soul‘ was featured on last night’s episode of the legal drama Suits — Suits, Season 9, Episode 4, “Cairo”.

The song was heard at the end of the show as we see Donna talking on the phone to Lily, and Harvey just watching her.

Langhorne Slim’s ‘House of My Soul’ is from his seventh studio album Lost at Last, Vol. 1.

Released in 2017 on Dualtone Records, the album made it to the number 3 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, and also hit the top 30 on both the U.S. Folk Albums chart and the U.S. Independent Albums chart.

Langhorne Slim himself is an indie Americana/folk singer who began to get media attention after a performance at Bonnaroo.

Since then, he has toured with a huge number of prominent artists, including The Violent Femmes, The Lumineers, Cake, Lucero, Josh Ritter, and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals.

He has also had several tracks featured on TV shows long before ‘House of My Soul’ hit Suits. Shows like Raising Hope, Heart of Dixie, Bones, Made in Jersey and This Is Us.

His music video for ‘House of My Soul‘ is a lovely little thing too, as it’s just a down-home gem of Langhorne Slim and his friends and fellow musicians hanging out by Stinson Beach, California as the day comes to an end having their photos taken.

Listen to and watch Langhorne Slim’s music video for ‘House of My Soul‘ below. The song is just such a lovely upbeat little number about what it feels like to be in love, it’ll make you happy just listening to it.

You can hear the 13-track album it comes from — Lost at Last, Vol. 1 — in the Spotify widget below that. And keep up-to-date on all his goings on at his website.

Related: You’ll find a LOT more music from Suits on Leo Sigh here

Michelle Topham

Founder/CEO at Leo Sigh
I am a music journalist, a former radio DJ, a left-wing human rights advocate and the founder of Leo Sigh. I am also an avid video game player.
Michelle Topham