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Hands up if you’re ready to do something you’ll regret this weekend. Go forth! You have my blessing.
I think I should get a bigger between-the-song persona, so then I'm not wandering around the stage like some mad old auntie that's saying hello to people and falling over.
I like a house party and fancy dress, a big fan of fancy dress, like dress up, costume parties.
When I'm singing I'm always trying to get to the highest point possible. I'd fly to the top of Buckingham Palace to sing to the queen.
I try to maintain a healthy dose of daydreaming, to remain sane.
Having a soul, they say, is like taking sadness and turning it into something beautiful.
If you do something with your whole heart and it's a mistake, you can live with that.
I like the idea of not being afraid of letting your imagination rule you, to feel the freedom of expression, to let creativity be your overwhelming drive rather than other things.
Sometimes I find that music is so much more attractive than love. I don’t know… It’s like some kind of euphoria, that love can’t bring to you.
You should have high expectations for yourself and others should come second.
For me, ‘Dog Days’ symbolizes apocalyptic euphoria, chaotic freedom and running really, really fast with your eyes closed.
Love is horrible. I mean, when you're in love, it's like a sickness. Such madness.
Worst nightmares can also appear with your eyes open.
Music to me is so internal. It's physical and it's emotional. Whereas fashion is so much about the external that it's almost like a break. It's not inner turmoil. It's total escapism.
A lot of the songs on the new album are about imaginary things, things that you can't touch - ghosts and rumors, my dead grandmother, things visiting you in a dream.
I tend to lose myself in the moment. I’m not very good at holding back. I don’t know how to do this without feeling everything. My emotions are the tool I use to perform.
I definitely have a real self-destructive streak.
It's always darkness before the dawn.
I get in fights with my sister all the time. She comes on the road with me and we fight - like sisters do.
I spent my 16th birthday high as a kite, jumping out of a tree topless in my local park just because it felt amazing hitting the ground.
I think music should be scary. Music is an exorcism.
My style of playing is more enthusiasm and instinct than skill.
I'm pretty obsessed with Stevie Nicks from her style to her voice. I like watching her on YouTube and her old performances, the way she moves and everything.
I can't just have one painting - I need to cover the wall in paintings. It's the same with my music. I want to mix everything together to create more.
I was always that girl growing up who you could find dancing down supermarket aisles. It's that sense of not feeling inhibited. Dancing in supermarkets is my favorite thing.
I think I just have a problem generally in life of wanting more of everything - more emotion, more drama, more glitz.
I'm down to bleach my eyebrows again. I tell you what, though - that didn't go down well with my boyfriend. Girls love it. Guys, not so into it.
I feel things in quite an intense way. I'm not actually the most intense person.
You live and you learn.
It’s good to be vulnerable in amongst the grandeur; you shouldn’t lose that sense of intimacy and vulnerability with people.
The stage is the place I feel comfortable - it's almost as if real life is where I feel most nervous. Conversations are a lot more nerve-wracking.
Maybe in music you're making an auditory environment and maybe you change your environment around you to suit your own way.
I didn't want to become a personality, I wanted to be a musician, but because I didn't have an album to stand by yet it was hard for people to see that. But now, two albums in, I'm happy with things.
I've built my wardrobe color palette around red, so I'm happy with it, but I do get pangs when I see beautiful brunettes. I've already been blue, green, black, and blonde.
I want people to get hit and caught by my music.
On stage, you can use your emotions. It's the place where you can channel them. They have a purpose.
I don't want your future, I don't need your past. One bright moment Is all I ask.
I've always been attracted to romantic secondhand clothes. But my style developed as I started going to these strange raves where everybody had these very definitive costumes.
If you asked me to go back to being 14 or 15, I couldn't - it was a terrifying time. I was so awkward in my own skin. I used to hide behind my hair because I was so ridiculously self-conscious.
What I really like seeing from the stage is people having their own moments, when people are doing some performance of their own.
I've always been able to just concoct a melody quite easily - it's just kind of instinct, really. You've got to channel your subconscious.
It's very flattering when you look into the crowd and people have made an effort and dressed in your style.
In a conversation, the words can get stuck, I don't know what to say, I get very anxious.
I'd experimented with so many different types of music. I had these folky songs I'd written and recorded, but something wasn't quite right.
I saw 'The Artist.' It's really beautiful and it's all done to the letter with all the silent film techniques. The costumes were amazing and the dog is so good.
Lay me down, Let the only sound, Be the overflow, Pockets full of stones.
I've learned not to hide behind a veil of irony - to talk about my work in a more honest way.
I started off singing in church as a child. The sound of voices coming together, that was my first moment of touching something outside of myself.
I've got my ideal job. I like to sing, I like to dance, I like to bang drums and dress up, and someone pays me - it's incredible.
The stage is a place where I can be wholly myself. Even though you're in front of people almost to be judged, it is a place without judgement.