Conan Gray a pop singer and songwriter releases a new song “Family Line” from his new album “Superache” that shows the signs of his painful and violent childhood.
Each line of Conan Gray’s song contains some parts and memories of his childhood trauma:
Conan Gray added the message in her new powerful song Family Line from her newest album Superache. The message is “In order to take control of your future, you have to come near to your past.” The song showcases the pop singer and songwriter’s personality and roots characteristics back to the origin of a painful and violent childhood. Each line of the song contains some parts and memories of his childhood trauma.
Conan Gray’s song contains severe details of his childhood, the evidence of his childhood faults, and the traits of his parents were included in the song’s chorus. Conan sits in an empty room and plays his guitar while singing the emotional lyrics and gives the song an auricular therapy, in this episode of Press Play at Home.
The song Family Line comes from Conan Gray’s second studio album Superache:
An unproductive white-walled performance of Conan Gray helped him in keeping the focus on trimming the song’s lyrics and revelation of the past. Gray sings especially in one of the blunt stanzas, “How could you hurt a little kid I can’t forget, I can’t forgive you cause now I am scared that everyone I love will leave me.” the lyrics were pointing to his father who was problematic, abusive, and sometimes absent.
It is not known exactly how autobiographical the song is but he says that the song is the result of being honest and endangered. Conan Gray said that “The only way you can really connect with people is by telling them a human experience.”
The song Family Line comes from Conan Gray‘s second studio album Superache which also features single tracks including “Yours” and “Memories“, his all songs from this album are a collection of his emotional and personal childhood memories. While debuting in 2020 Kid Krow, he shared the story of his young days and tells the creation process of Superache “an experience of scraping my ribs of any last information that I had to say.”