Semi-submerged on the cover of her fearless new release, Housebroken, Paisley Jura drifts through a devastatingly honest account of life in the wasteland of a family in collapse. Her trademark sophistication is tempered with moments of raw vulnerability and shockingly brave beauty.


Three years after her Juno-nominated sophomore album, Paisley dives deep, revealing the murky depths about motherhood (she has three), about broken families (she's recently divorced), about the buoyancy of music (she's really a classical double bassist performing in concert halls way more than bars). The result is an otherworldly concoction of liquid pop with lyrics that would melt holes in your journal if they came from your pen.