Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Bishop Briggs Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I’ve always viewed writing as an outlet for being vulnerable and all that comes with that. You are able to let things all out.
I think it’s a rite of passage that the minute you land in Japan, you have to go to a karaoke bar.
Sometimes you’re inspired by an old-school song that you want to chop up and make a sample out of it. I find that with a lot of older Motown music.
There is a dark side of me – it’s the side people don’t really get to see. I think everyone has that.
It was really important that ‘Dream’ kept the balance of strength and total vulnerability – which was my exact headspace when it was being written.
When I was very little, I had an Essex accent.
I’m always concerned about growing as an artist.
I think MTV is so iconic that for them to notice me, little ol’ me, was very, very exciting.
I truly never saw myself doing anything other than music. There was nothing else that brought me this much joy, but also this much frustration.
I love the ath-leisure look, but I’m also super inspired by anime, and I love Japanese culture so much.
Unfortunately, I did go through a dark eyeliner phase!
I think in this life it’s important to be kind, be thankful, and always be creative.
I’m beyond thankful to be picked as one of MTV’s favourite new artists for 2017. I’ve always viewed MTV as ever evolving, and to be a part of this new chapter is extremely rewarding.
I think it’s all about the music you listen to along the way. For me, my parents always played Motown music and The Beatles, so I was drawn to the soul.
It’s only when I’m on stage that I really come to terms with the fact that other people are hearing my most inner, darkest thoughts.
The biggest thing that I hope people take away when they listen to my music is that they feel that there is an outlet being presented that allows them to be more authentic and for them to be more honest in their own lives.
Ultimately, some stream of stars aligned, and people have gotten to hear my music, and with that, there’s no more barrier.
If I’m not authentic, I might as well as be dead.
Thankfully, I don’t think you can be creative without being free.
It’s so important to be your own biggest fan, even if you have to constantly convince people, including yourself, that you’re worthy of their time and energy and ears.
Every single time I perform ‘River,’ I just feel a huge rush of adrenaline and energy, and I remember writing it.
Writing dark poetry was always my escape.
Growing up, I was listening to a ton of Motown music, Otis Redding, Aretha, and then there was the Beatles and Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin. These were all people that I felt as though they truly felt every single lyric they said, and they weren’t afraid of imperfection.
You never really know what’s inspired you or made you who you are, but I was really lucky that I got to grow up in places like Japan and Hong Kong that are super energetic and have this intensity to them.
Taking the higher ground can be difficult, so it really helps when you can write those feelings into a song.
I think now, whenever I write, there is nothing that will really compare to pen and paper.
I think what I always want whenever I’m recording is to have even just 2 percent of what the Alabama Shakes have, Brittany Howard.
I am inspired and would love to work with Jack Garrett, Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots, and Jack Antonoff.
Always know I have something up my sleeve.
As a music lover, I always adore when artists write about what’s currently happening in their life. I find that the most interesting to listen to, just because I am extremely nosey.
I got the performing itch.
I think when it came to music, it did feel quite natural because it was something that I was so passionate about.
I hope I’m always surprising people, and I hope I’m always surprising myself.