You write all your songs yourself. How important is it for you to write songs that people and especially teenagers can relate to?
I think it’s important, but I don’t write music for someone else. I write music for myself and if someone can relate, that’s really cool. I want to say things just as they are and want to be honest and open. That’s when I think people can relate and I find a lot of help in music, so I hope that other people can do that too. Not only teenagers, but everyone and I also think that maybe older people can think: “Oh, that’s how I felt when I was a teenager.”
You released a new song called “Never Forgiving”. Tell us more about that song.
I wrote this song when one of my best friends was going through something hard. There was another person not being good to her and I was so angry about it. When you really love and care for someone and they get hurt, it’s almost like you get hurt as well. So I felt as if that person hurt my feelings as well and it was just not cool. I was really angry and wrote the song about that.
You’ve already released a handful songs. What can we expect from you in the next months?
It’s always so hard because I don’t really know what I can tell. I released “Never Forgiving” and will also release something else very soon, which I think is very exciting. This release and my next release are a different part of me and I hope that people will like it. It’s not as pop as “Not Gonna Cry”, but I’m very happy about it and it also feels like it’s very me.