Paris Jackson has released the new single “Let Down,” off her upcoming debut solo album Wilted, out November thirteenth through Republic Records.
Paris Jackson is authoritatively getting into the privately-run company.
The 22-year-old singer, songwriter, actress, model, and activist dropped her absolute first performance single “Let Down,” combined with an amazing visual.
As Jackson hauntingly sings verses like “let me down once more, flush me down the channel,” the music video shows her moving her heart out at a gothic disguise.
“Let Down” was composed by Jackson, and created by Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull. The marginally ghastly music video was coordinated by Meredith Alloway and chief delivered by Eli Roth.
In an announcement declaring the single, the youthful artist says, “I feel so many emotions. I’m excited, I’m nervous, mostly grateful and happy… The freedom to create, not being told what to sing and how to sing it, what to write; it’s awesome. It’s a gift, it’s a blessing.”
As of late, Jackson marked to Republic Records, home to craftsmen like Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, and Lorde.
Watch the music video for “Let Down” by Paris Jackson above.
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