So, just getting away from generic pop videos?
Definitely, because, well, I just think you’ve got one chance to do a visual record of your music, and y’know, the label are gonna give you a budget so you may as well make the most of it. And that video that you’re going on about is a really bad example because it cost nothing and it’s not a video [laughs]. But the Rankin one was a great chance to do something fun. Not just like, what we see everyday on MTV, like, pole dancers grinding up and down on some guy. How would you describe your music to someone that has not heard it at all? Um, I would say production wise, it’s like, it is a little bit experimental because I have no background in that, and I’ve obviously played piano and stuff and I compose on that but I wouldn’t count myself as a musician, so I just try anything that comes into mind. I don’t really have any preconceived ideas of how something should be. Plus, I didn’t really start listening to music until I was nineteen, and so I would say it’s a bit experimental, it’s prob