When we last spoke, you were in the middle of releasing the songs that made up the Meet Me In Stockholm series; how did that go?

It was a huge learning experience for me! I took a lot of what I picked up during that set of releases and am benefiting from those lessons now with this set of singles. With “Meet Me in Stockholm,” it was special and fun to have a nod to that strand in my life. Having had the chance to live and work in Sweden a couple of times means that there are little parts of my heart in the places and with the people I connected with. That song holds a lot of wistful energy of wanting to be in two places at once and learning how to lean into the present experience and look forward as well…

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