How was your release day so far? What have you planned for today?
Today, I’m actually just going to be in my home studio working on my next project. That’s my big plan. (laughs) It’s funny because I somehow already feel disconnected from these songs. They feel like a different time, and they represent different emotions and memories that don’t feel relevant to me anymore. I already started working on this new record, so my head is already so wrapped up in that project. To the world, it’s the big debut but, for me, it feels like I’m dropping off luggage.
What does Burn to Make It Glow mean to you?
It was very cathartic, and this whole record was sort of a way for me to kind of rewrite my own traumas. The meaning of this album is the process of being in this place where burning but knowing that all of that is going to turn into something else. It’s ultimately what the album became.