Hey Briston, how are you?
Good! I’m doing great, but I’m also a little bit tired… I’m sad, because in fact, it’s also the last night of the tour.
You’ve been on tour with Wallows for two weeks. How has this experience been?
It was so awesome and once in a lifetime. They have been so kind to me! It was my first time playing concerts in Europe, so that was such a cool experience.
A month ago, you released your new EP Indiana. What’s the concept of the project?
It’s really just four songs that came out of a time where I moved. I was living in Florida with my mom, and it’s about me moving to Nashville. On the songs, I’m talking about the change that came along with moving and just ‘change’ in general.
The EP is a nice piece of indie rock. Do you have a main inspiration that triggered your sound throughout the writing process of Indiana?
I love indie rock and am super nerdy about it. There are a lot of indie rock bands I love, like The Districts or Wallows. But I’m also into Americana-acts like Jason Isbell and Kacey Musgraves, who’s extremely popular at the moment. I think my music is kind of a blend of all this.