If I make a wrong decision, I worry what might have been. I stress out over very insignificant things.
Dad sometimes sends me texts saying, 'Just heard you on the radio, thumbs up', or whatever. So that's pretty cute.
I really want a Christmas in New York one year, when it's snowing. Like, it's Christmas morning, and you have a fight with someone, and you run down the street, and it's snowing, and you can't find them.
Artists thrive off each other, and when you see other people doing cool stuff, it inspires you to do cool stuff.
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.
An album is a thing you take time out and go work on.
I don't like to overcook songs.
I grew up listening to Nirvana and then went through some bad '90s pop stuff - a lot of Australian one-hit wonders.
I have a normal life; I don't do anything crazy.
I just get bored really quickly and want to push myself to the next level.
I like reading biographies because most of them are slightly similar, and it's voyeuristic, looking into someone's life.
I played in school jazz bands and tried to start rock bands, but nobody was interested.
I started writing songs when I started learning guitar.
I'm just not very comfortable talking about my emotions on a normal, day-to-day basis.
I'm self-deprecating - I spend a lot of time telling myself that things are OK, as opposed to having to tell myself to get over things.
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