WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITE WAYS TO RELAX AND RECHARGE?
I do meditation, breathing exercises, yin yoga and most importantly I sleep, and I try to sleep well. To re-charge I go into creative mode, which is self-perpetuating because once I’m into it, my energy increases incrementally. Sometimes it gets to the point where I need to relax again, so the whole day is spent in this kind of flow.
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE LITTLE THINGS WE CAN DO TO TAKE CARE OF OURSELVES BETTER?
The new album is a lifestyle album, the music can be used across all different emotional states, whether you’re at home or outside for a run. However, there is one particular track, the last one, which has been specially designed for sleep. I’ve turned my attention to sleep a lot lately, working with neuroscientists and tech apps backed by science, it’s such a great tool to relieve stress and anxiety. My music is a meditation of myself, I’ve had to heal myself through it, and knowing it’s helping others is extremely energising and rewarding.
WHAT ROLE DOES FASHION PLAY FOR YOU IN YOUR PERFORMANCES?
As a pianist, you sit down and you’re static, so a big consideration is how to create a beautiful silhouette with the pieces you are wearing. I gravitate towards brands like Self-Portrait because the silhouettes are beautifully structured, it’s already created for you.
Photography by Trisha Ward
Sonic Apothecary will be released on 26 March.