Watch Keaton Henson's Soul-Bearing Performance Of "Late To You" | Press Play
English folk singer Keaton Henson grapples with the fear that he's not the best version of himself in "Late to You," a track from his new album, 'House Party.'
"All these years parading/ Parading my flaws/ I've been slowly deflating/ But baby, now I'm yours," he sings as his wife, Danielle Fricke, provides backing vocals. "I left it late to love you/ And what is left ain't much/ It took too long to trust you/ I fear I'll crumble at your touch." For more new episodes of Press Play, visit GRAMMY.com/videos.