Your first show ever was in May of this year. What’s the biggest change of evolution you made in performing since then?
Confidence! That’s the thing with Warhola. It wasn’t my show and I was only performing one song with them, but it gave me so much more confidence. The first show I did was in front of two hundred people and I knew almost every single person in that room which made me very nervous. Actually, I don’t remember a thing from my debut show because I was so fucking nervous, and I blacked out. In these past months I learned how to be on stage, just simple things, and I couldn’t have wished for more. Now, I have these moments where I really live in the moment and I try to connect with the crowd.
At the moment, you’re calling the studio your home. How is the process of making and writing new songs?
For the moment, I work with a lot of different writers and producers, because I really don’t want to work with only one person. You can get so much just from working with so many people. I’m learning a lot at the moment. There is a producer I work with in Ghent where we try to start with the lyrics and then put a beat or production over it, which is super hard. I’d rather just have a production and feel it and then write the lyrics in the process. I’m just trying a bunch of things and we’ll see what works. I do have a lot of songs now, but I never have enough so I’ll keep on writing.
2018 was a big year for you. What has been your highlight of the year?
Ooh god… I would say Pukkelpop (Belgian festival) because that was the biggest crowd for me. Actually, there isn’t a real highlight because I do so many things I love, and I am enjoying life. It’s so fun now because I’m at the point where I don’t have to prove anything or have to be or behave in a certain way. I can do anything and that’s awesome.
Since this year is almost over, what are your plans for 2019?
2019… Well, there’s a lot of shit happening and we have a lot of singles we want to get out that are getting out. We’re supposed to have an album, but I don’t feel we’re ready… The people working with me think we’re done, but I am a perfectionist, so I’m like “naaaah”. Next year, I want to do some little concerts and I’ll probably do festival season, which will be dope because I have never done festivals all by myself. I hope to experiment a lot in 2019 and maybe I’ll be able to make a cool live show at a weird location happen. I am already soooo excited for the next year.
We’re excited too! Good luck and enjoy.