I freed myself from the system completely. My parents are the system, my father is a navy seal so I’ve grown up around military and guns and I hated it. I got out and started playing music. I had to wait until I was sixteen, the legal age to leave home, otherwise the cops just take you back, there’s nothing you can do about that.
Freeing yourself means walking away from what everybody else does, at any cost. I write music as a movement thing. I take sound pretty seriously, it’s very healing to people so you should be careful what you use it for. I write songs to get people to listen and to feel again in society.
They’ve already got it here, people know what they’re doing when they're part of this tribe, to them it’s more something to dance to, they already understand what I’m trying to say. When you sing to people in a city, they’re so lost in their little box, that when you sing to them you open up a door. They can see through it what life can be like, or what it’s supposed to be like, and that isn’t from nine to five without communication.
My seed for change? Just do what you’re meant to do, don't let anybody tell you what you’re supposed to do. Everybody can make beautiful things, create what’s inside you and bring it to life.