You can't deny who you are, so you might as well be yourself in the most authentic way.
Rather than writing about my experiences with other people, 'Ugly Cherries' is the first song I've ever written about myself. It's a confrontation: an attempt to unpack my own queerness with humor and self care.
As a white queer person of a certain degree of economic privilege, I think that my ability to pass as straight is a privilege that other folk I know don't have. It's important to keep in mind who really is in the most trouble and to direct our attention to assisting those people.
When you're a queer person put in the spotlight, you're supposed to have all the answers.
I want to say that our shows are safer-spaces shows. Don't push anyone or affect anyone's space.