I want my music to be treated as a book or a movie. It's not about the one single: it's about the bigger picture.
I feel it's my job as the artist who is making the music to pair it with visuals that I see in my head while writing the music in the first place.
I've always been super into photography and the visuals that support my music.
I only wear vintage clothing. I'm pretty obsessed with things in the '60s, like fashion and music, too.
When I started, I was very unsure of who I was. There were a lot of things in the songs that I didn't realize I was saying. But more and more, it fell into place... I got more comfortable in my skin.
Eventually, I started writing down a bunch of titles that related to childhood themes and would pair it with an adult situation that either I was going through or someone else in my life was going through.