Q: Ivanna R. - Where is your favorite place to write?
A: I'll write anywhere that I feel inspiration, generally that tends to be in places that are beautiful or surrounded by really talented people. I love writing at my home in Devon and also tend to collaborate with other musicians on the lyrics, the music and the general feel. The best songs come out of awesome jam sessions.
Q: Alex G. - Would love for you to lay down a very soulful house track, any plans for that?
A: That would be a very cool plan, and the idea of remixing one of my songs has been something Iíve thought about doing, I guess youíll need to stay tuned! In the meantime, I think that although it isnít a house track, ďTeardropsĒ is a song that you can have a good dance to.
Q: Christina R. - "Cutting the Breeze" is on my running playlist. Every time I hear it I wonder if it's about a real guy, and a real moment in your life, is it?
A: All my songs are influenced by something, sometimes they happen to me, sometimes they are based on something that happened to someone I know. That one is based on stories from when I went travelling in Janice, my camper van.
Q: Vinicius G. - If you weren't a singer, what would you be?
A: Iíd have loved to have been a midwife, who knows maybe one day I will be. You never know where life is going to take you.
Q: Joe V. - Where's somewhere you've never been and still want to go?
A: There are actually so many places that Iíve been that I still want to go back to because I often only see the hotel, the airport and the venue. As far as places Iíve never been to at all, well thereís a lot of Africa I havenít seen and I would love to head to Antarctica. Iím in the middle of planning a super world tour where I will visit all the countries in the world so I guess I will be heading there soon!
Q: Laura M. - Have you ever taken any formal musical training?
A: Not really, I had a few lessons when I was younger and I have undertaken vocal training. That was more about making sure you breath correctly and donít injury your voice, rather than being trained. When I was younger though, I did learn from some of the best people in the industry, just through working with them. It was like having the worldís coolest apprenticeship.
Q: @AlwayswithJoss - What do you value most in your life?
A: My family and my dogs because they are always there.
Q: @uncle_gray - If you could do 1 concert where you haven't played before, where would it be?
A: TIn the middle of a rainforest would be cool or on the top of a mountain.