For anyone who doesn’t know you, how would you describe your sound?

I would say that my sound is a blend of electronic, ambient, indie-pop.

You’ve worked on a lot of collaborations tell me a bit about that.

I’ve done a few over the past couple of years with some ridiculously talented individuals, all of which have new releases coming soon – you should keep an eye out for those. I’m so grateful for the response to the music that’s been put out so far, it’s just been crazy. When you see DJs like Hardwell remixing your track, it’s just surreal.

Who would be your dream collaborations and why?

I genuinely don’t think my answer to this question has changed since I was 11. My dream collaboration would definitely be with Chris Martin. I’ve always been the biggest fan of his work, there’s just something about the way he writes, both musically and lyrically, that feels so unique. I’ll hear a song that he’s co-written and know that he’s had an input on it straight away, he just has a sound, that’s the kind of artist and writer I hope to be.

How important is it to receive so much support from other artists who want to work with you?

The support from other artists has been the most fundamental part of my music career so far. The music industry can often be perceived as very competitive and although that can be true at times, to receive such a warm response from other creators is almost like the light in the dark, we all want each other to succeed.

What’s been the most important project that you’ve worked on so far?

I’s been so overwhelming, I’ve been lucky enough to work with some incredible people, not only on my previous collaborations but on some of the music that I’ve been working on for my own project. But now I’ve been working on my own stuff this is the most important project I’ve worked on to date. I’m just developing my own sound right now and it’s inspiring to have my own music project.

I know you’ve been in the studio for the past year working on your own sound, how has it been?

The studio is probably my favourite place in the whole world, so it’s been the most amazing experience. There are so many options with recording, some producers have home studios, some prefer to go to an external studio, each location is different in its own right – decorated differently or a different space – so they each inspire a different feel to what’s created.

What can fans expect from your own releases compared with your collaborations?

When you collaborate with another artist in the way I have, it’s usually a blend of both their sound and yours, you’re essentially putting your touch on someone else’s work or vision. My own releases will be completely me, me in a sound.

What are you excited about for the future?

Actually sharing my own sound with the world.