On my EP there's a song called Spooky Action inspired by particle entanglement which Einstein calls "spooky action at a distance." The idea is that two particles are combined, and if you separate them they remain connected forever; whatever you do to one, instantaneously something happens to the other. That's a really romantic idea. There's a heavy base in physical concepts in my work, from dark matter to the birth of the universe to the uncertainty principle. I'm definitely sticking to the theme of talking about things I'm really passionate about that are really authentic for me. There are so many beautiful metaphors for life in the patterns that emerge from the universe. Then there's the production; on Spooky Action we use sounds from a UK researcher who translates star pulses into audio waves to better understand them. One of my producers contacted the researcher and got all the audio files for me, and I created a sound library where I can play the stars on a keyboard.