Carly Rae Jepsen feels “connected to the world” with grief.
The 37-year-old pop star was unable to see her grandmother since she passed away in 2020 due to restrictions imposed over the COVID-19 pandemic and is now reflecting that the loss was one of the “biggest upsets” of her life, but she feels “connected” to others because of a universal sense of grief.
He told The Line of Best Fit magazine: “Grief connects you to the world. I think everyone goes through it at some point, no one forgets it. So once you start realizing that, you are on a different level. I felt this in regular conversations with people who had gone through much greater things that I had not yet experienced.
Carly Rae Jepsen continues, “I flew home five times when she was sick, so it was very, very hard to lose her during that time, I couldn’t really go see her and be with her. She was one of the biggest troubles of my life till date. Then I lost my cat, which was very sad. it was very.”
,maybe call meThe hitmaker explained that after some time she stopped “fearing” loneliness and instead used her feelings as “clean dirt” for her latest record.
Carly Rae Jepsen said: “I realized that loneliness is a real connection, because I don’t think it’s talked about too much. There is something wrong with this sentiment. I wanted to take the shame away from him and try to see what was hard about it, to see if there could be some gifts out of it, once I stopped being afraid to call it what it was.
canadian artist continued, “I feel like I’ve gotten myself into some clean shit and it’s the sweetest time for me, it’s an idea that I’m really open to. I don’t think I have too many secrets anymore / people who are around me know everything and I feel there is some freedom in that. Sweetest Time is the kind of celebration that comes from owning up to your mess and living your life anyway.
‘The Loveliest Time’ is slated to release on July 28.