In your Spotify bio, you introduce the Dreamer Boy team. Would you still consider Dreamer Boy as a solo project?
It’s a little bit of both. I’m so happy that I’m not alone in this and truly feel like I have a family around me that always pushes me to get better. Obviously, everyone has their own role in this project, and they do it really well. Honestly, us working on Dreamer Boy as a project collectively has sort of been a real life-giving thing. In all our lives, it’s an important part, and it’s strengthened our relationships as friends. We’ve had experiences together that we’d otherwise have never had. There have just been so many cool ways that it has even grown us together.
I would say it’s a solo project because I indicate the direction. I want this to be a project where even the fans feel like they’re part of it. It’s me, but I really do want this to be a project that inspires people to work with their friends or just makes them feel as if they could do a similar project with their friends too and end up touring Europe like me. I’m so grateful that I’ve got to share these moments with the people I love because that’s also what life is about. I’m so thankful for my team, and Dreamer Boy feels like a band that’s working towards one thing.