I love my dad and we have a very good relationship now.
There was an enormous amount of pressure when my first album took off, and I struggled with the speed of everything and the exhaustion from the constant touring.
Without a piano I don't know how to stand, don't know what to do with my hands.
I think it's important for people who love music to retain physical CDs or even vinyl, because it sounds so great and so much warmer than music over the internet.
Breaking up is just hard, even if you're the one breaking up. It's not fun. It can be dramatic and complicated. And then you get a little distance and you think, why did it have to be so complicated and dramatic?
My mom and I have always been very close. She is my best friend. She had to make a lot of sacrifices early on in my life to make sure I got to do what I wanted to do.
All is fair in love and songwriting.
I feel like I've been lucky, because I don't feel like I've ever tried to be somebody I'm not. People might disagree.
I got stood up by the letter Y, he was hanging around with his X.
A song will keep going round in my brain and keep me awake.
During my first photo shoot, I was unhappy because they put so much makeup on me and straightened my hair. I've been stubborn ever since.
I became a musician so I wouldn't have to get up at 6 in the morning.
There's a lot of personal stuff that can go into songwriting but there's also a lot of dramatization and fictionalization. You have to do that to make a good song.
I don't think it's a bad thing to share how you feel, especially if people can relate to it.
I feel like all the songs are little scenes, different angles, of the feelings that come around something ending.
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