Skeletons is the latest rocking single lifted from Kirsty Lee Aker’s self-produced album, Under My Skin. Co-written by Akers and Trey Bruce, it’s a moody track that emphasises the fact that no matter how squeaky clean someone may appear, there are always a few skeletons lurking in the closet.
Skeletons is one of my favourite songs that
I’ve written. Trey and I came up with this song together quite a few
years ago now, so I’m excited to finally release it to radio,” says
Akers. “This song is
for those folks out there that live in glass houses but still love throwing
stones. It’s for the ones who live for casting judgment onto others –
but, at the end of the day, remember none of us are perfect and we all have a
few skeletons in our closets!”
At a time when people are often yelling their views from their nearest media platform, Skeletons is an extremely relevant theme. The song reverberates through examples of past indiscretions from smoking through to murder, with a few bumpy stops in between.
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