It's a little bit of a sad video, but it's still entertaining.and we kind of play love interests in that film, so it felt fitting to ask her. She has always been incredibly supportive of my music and loves the songs, so that always makes it easier.“I think it’s important for people to know that when I do write music, it’s not made up stories.” He added, “It’s about the heartbreak of knowing that the person that you once loved is not with you anymore — they’re with someone else.There are a lot of personal references, obviously, and it’s very close to my own experience."Like I Did" is about someone painfully reliving the memories of a past relationship.Can you talk about the inspiration behind the song?As an artist, I want to share my stories and that's what these songs are and I hope that people can connect to it that way."Watch (and rewatch) Shane's emotional "Like I Did" music video below, premiering exclusively on
"I think it's important for people to know that when I do write music, it's not made up stories.
Connecting to the story and what the song's saying and how it feels.
I really just want people to become a part of it and enjoy the songs as much as I do.
What was it like filming those intimate scenes with Sarah? We just made jokes about it and talked about it a little bit before. When you have to be physical with someone who's a friend, if you don't talk about it, it becomes a thing. Other songs are about finding something new and finding something exciting.
But if you do talk about it, then you just laugh it off and have a good time. With a stranger it can be a bit strange, but it's definitely easier when you have a good connection.? "Satellite" is about hope and making sure to keep that alive in yourself when you're going through difficult times. I want it to represent emotions people can be like, "Oh yeah, I've been through that." Because that's what I love about music.