Are you excited to finally release your album?
Yeah, I’m not sure if it’s excitement or just relieve that it’s done and I can show it to the world. It’s such a weird feeling to have worked on something for so long and then it’s out. I don’t know what to do with my life now. (laughs) I’m really excited to see what the reactions are, especially because the album has eleven new songs and people never really heard them, apart from some I already played live.
You just mentioned that the album consists of eleven new songs. Why did you decide to not include the singles you released last year?
I think my previous singles had a success on their own and I want the album to speak on its own without any references to “old” work. Also, as the name states, Genesis is like a rebirth of my music and my musical direction. I kind of figured out my musical career and think that’s why I didn’t want the previous singles on it. For me, it’s also more exciting to have all these new songs and this new vibe. The songs on the album are different from what I’ve released before and that’s making it fun.