The Scandinavian pop scene is pretty big and is really popular in the world. How necessary is working with international acts for you in order to connect with more people?
Very much so. I think it’s part of making a better world in a way or understanding different cultures. Another issue in today’s society is that people can be scared of the unknown or strangers and are worried about bringing other cultures to the country, which I don’t think is right either. I think a way of avoiding that is by travelling and meeting people. It’s such a big part of my job and I revisited and spent time in so many different countries, I’ve worked with so many different people.
Music is the one language we all understand and we all kind of connect with. You do realize that people are people, nevertheless they are from the north, east, south or west.
You haven’t released a long project in a while now. Your debut EP was released in 2016, but we haven’t had a project ever since. Are you currently working on an album or EP?
Definitely and I’m glad you asked that, because I’ve gotten that question a lot over the past few years and I never really knew how to reply. Now, it’s in the making and I’m happy to say that something is coming. There isn’t a specific date, but it’s the one thing I’m working towards. I’m starting to see the skeletons of it and I think it’s about time. I miss doing bigger projects, because I think singles are great and I think they’ve done a lot for me, but I feel like you get so much more out of a longer project. As a listener and music lover, I always appreciate acts that release an album. It’s long overdue, but it’s finally taking some shape.