This past year I’ve been writing more songs . . .
I’d written songs before that covered universal themes of love, love LOST and social justice. They felt honest . . . and safe enough because I knew the themes were understood and felt and expressed by many people.
During this newer phase of writing, however, my initial themes felt more vulnerable . . . or at least in contrast to the identity I had created as a vocalist. I wrote about seeing and feeling imbalance in the world and within myself, about the loneliness and isolation of only letting the world see one side of myself, about the challenge of being a woman in this world. . . . essentially, this was the antithesis of my comfort zone.
But it felt GOOD, almost cathartic to give these feelings a voice.Read More