Folk • Los Angeles, CA, USA •
“I write folk music because it’s honest, plain, poignant, and universal. I have always been drawn to things like this.”
Unraveled Artist Interview:
Q: Why did you make this song? What does it mean to you?
A: My roommate told me that I should write more dark songs, because they really resonate. I wrote this song as an exercise, and it became something greater than what it was. This song, to me, is a picture of the underbelly of the human condition, it’s haunting, comforting melancholy.
Q: What do you want listeners to understand from this creation?
A: I don’t want listeners to understand anything, but I want them to feel something. I want them to feel safe and understood in the world, despite all of it’s anxiety and confusion.
Q. How can people support you further?
A: You can buy my album, digital and soon vinyl, via bandcamp.
Q. What is your ultimate vision for your work?
A: I want to be an artist that is remembered by many, loved by some, and always perceived as honest. If I have achieved any of these things, I have succeeded.
Q: Do you consider your music to fall within a genre(s)?
A: My music is folk, plain and simple.