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Armon Jay ‘Lighthouse’ : A pension for the nostalgic and maybe a sorrow to trigger for the upcoming best.

Armon Jay

“On the surface, you would probably think this song is about leaving someone you love, asking them to be your guide while away. But for me, there is a deeper meaning. I can physically be around the one’s I love and yet my mind and true self is somewhere else in a dark place. And that’s when I truly need their light to guide me back.”

As a member of Chris Carrabba’s Dashboard Confessional, he toured and recorded with the band on its first studio album in nine years. Songs from his first two solo albums earned a number of song placements, including “Edge of the Dark” (from 2013’s Everything’s Different, Nothing’s Changed), which garnered syncs in Criminal Minds, So You Think You Can Dance and Salvation, while “Better Off Without” (from 2015’s Del Rio) ended up in 13 Reasons Why, Nashville, Heartbeat and Set It Up, among others.

A sweeping and cinematic lullaby, for all to adhere, ‘Lighthouse’ is a pension for the nostalgic and maybe a sorrow to trigger for the upcoming best.

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