"I’m very feminine, and I think a lot of girls in music try to be really tough. I’m not afraid to be really girlie. It means being more vulnerable — when you put yourself out there, it’s easy to be mean and tough and wear all black, but being sunshine and being the light, being nice and girly is a little harder. Of course, I want to be strong but also be myself, which is girlie, feminine, and vulnerable. And, I just want to share happiness in my music."
"I spent a lot of time making the wrong sound. I made a record that was the totally wrong thing, and I had to tell the label we weren’t going to release that. It was too focused on the producer’s sound and not on just being raw and all about me. At a certain point, I just had to let go. I was really attached to the songs, and it was hard for me, but the label felt like a boys’ club, and I just wasn’t able to successfully get what I wanted, so I just had to walk away from it. It was scary, but I had to cut my losses and move forward."
"This might be cliché, but I think beauty is really something that comes from the inside. It’s confidence, fearlessly being yourself, and it has to do with being really true to yourself and that’s going to come through no matter what you’re wearing."