The Japanese House’s ‘Everybody Hates Me’ live session has beautiful harmonies and Amber’s voice is gorgeous

British indie pop singer The Japanese House released a live version of a back to the basics Everybody Hates Me today. A track from her critically acclaimed debut album Good at Falling.

The live session is so simple but has beautiful harmonies, and The Japanese House’s vocals are gorgeous. Especially with the throatiness she so often exhibits as she sings.

The video was recorded in Los Angeles.

The title of her debut album Good at Falling, by the way is from a sentence in the independent video game Thomas Was Alone. A game with a narrator who, at one point, explains “Thomas was extremely good at falling”.

As for The Japanese House, aka Amber Bain, she is also in the process of kicking off a world tour in support of her debut album.

That tour starts in Sheffield, England on July 20th, heads through Europe and onto Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines, before arriving back in Europe then followed by two full months in North America.

To get an idea of what you can expect if you manage to snag tickets to any of her concerts, watch The Japanese House’s Everybody Hates Me live session below.

Now isn’t that the prettiest thing, with those gorgeously poetic lyrics, her stunning voice and that lovely sweet guitar?

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About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.