Métamorphose is your second album. How have you changed as an artist since the last album?
Many things have changed. I decided to trust myself more, to get rid of my fears, for example, singing. I left my previous tour wanting to go further, especially on stage. I wanted something more sincere, more direct. With techno sounds first, but then I went for everything I hadn’t dared to do before: a voice piano, intimate and difficult. But also texts that are more present and firmer. That is the initial idea and how this album was built over time. It was also very quick to do. I met Sam Tiba—with whom I produced the album—and who was (and still is) my pillar for the rest of my career.
The new project sounds quite different compared to Premiers émois. What has inspired the shift in sound?
It was a will, after my first tour, as I said. I had time during the first lockdown to think about what I wanted to do next. This time was very important now that I think about it. And then, the period meant that we were all very anchored in the present. It necessarily changes the way of seeing things and, therefore, of creating.