We recently spoke to Olivia Lunny about the inspirations behind her debut album To the
“It seemed like they only really got along during date nights when the champagne was flowing.”
“I think it was the only way to try and show people an honest side of me without having someone’s vision take over. And I also like challenges so I was like f**k it, I can do it.”
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“My every day is what people in LA call ‘the grind.’”
Q: Is there a physical item that most defined your childhood home?
A: Either a dirtbike or a baseball. Or dirt, lots of dirt.
“Right now though, I am listening to some good ole Radiohead (fake plastic trees) and I fucking love it. Sorry about all the fucks, but I am a sailor, so I have many excuses…”
“Mr. Yes’ music is for…new born babies, sweet sixteeners, for that cleaning lady in the hotel, for that hot babysitter that your wife doesn’t want you to hire…”
“I’d say my style is left-of-center pop, and I’m inspired by everything.”
“In 2016 the number of female directors in the top 250 grossing films plummeted down to only 7 percent.”
“I don’t want to go back…I’m really relishing it. I feel more empowered.”
“For me the big challenge is myself. To trust myself and let go.”