You already made three albums. How was the process of making the album different this time?
I think it’s the return to making a project with one person, amongst other people, of course, but with James Ford as the key person. I think I really needed someone who was able to merge all the ideas and have this focus. Making the album was just incredibly fun and effortless.
There are some similarities between your debut Devotion and the new record. In what way is What’s Your Pleasure a reflection of your celebrated debut?
I think there’s a kind of freedom and naiveté when you start in this music world because you don’t really know how everything works. It’s that enthusiasm and the ability to take risks without having to think about agendas that were really wonderful to me.