I reckon that growing up, listening to so much different music, I think over time I just kind of sucked it all in and it probably comes back out through my music.
Sometimes I have something stuck in my head and that directs the rhyme that I’m writing with.
I’ve never liked songs that are about writing, or struggling to write. Maybe it’s because it’s too relatable to me.
I liked the idea of being a photographer, just that you take this one picture of this one thing that’ll never happen again – it’s a bit weird when you think about it.
I try to take notes of things that happen that I think are important or interesting or just little tidbits here and there that happen in life. And some of it’s even just one line or like a saying and I just go off that.
Once you write and record a song, it becomes everyone else’s song.
I’ve never really had a certain style of music in mind that I make, or am really adamant on how something should sound, but I like the process of not knowing, of just seeing what happens and what comes out.
I grew up listening to Nirvana, and then went through some bad 90s pop stuff – a lot of Australian one-hit wonders.
Artists thrive off each other, and when you see other people doing cool stuff, it inspires you to do cool stuff.
I don’t know anything except being female, so I don’t know the opposite of it.
I think that if people get my music, then they get what my message is.
When I was a teen, or like 18 to early 20s, I used to go to festivals all the time. I’d save all my money.