Many people can’t wait for 2020 to be over, but it was a big year for you. How would you summarize the past eleven months?
I’d say it was a weird year. It’s been a whole mix of emotions for me, and I’m sure for everyone else as well. I’m so grateful for this year and how it worked out, to be honest. All the opportunities I had, I wouldn’t have got if it weren’t for the lockdown and the coronavirus, but I would have loved to tour the EP. I’m sure that our current situation will make room for other opportunities when everything is back open and give me the chance to actually perform more music to hopefully a few more people. I’m just really looking forward to next year.
Reflection is the key to growth. Are you someone who often looks back or do you prefer to look forward?
I definitely look more into the future than I look back, which is probably a good thing. This year has been very important for me and for my self-growth that I wouldn’t really have an opportunity to stop and think about stuff as deeply as I have during the lockdown. I’m usually on the go all the time and am a really busy person, so this year has given me the chance to sit back and think about what I want to achieve, who I want to be, and don’t want to be.
With all the political things going on, it’s given me the opportunity to realize that I want to be better at that sort of thing. I want to stand for something, so it’s definitely been a year of growth. I’ve taken my time to see into the future and thought about what needed to happen to achieve that.