Quotes by: Gabrielle Aplin
I wouldn't just lay my voice on anything. But I'd love to do a collaboration, like a Calvin Harris track, for example.
Labels fund things and have resources for you to use. But just because you sign doesn't mean you sign yourself away so they can then tell you what to do. You need to have a plan yourself before they do.
For a lot of pop performers, fame and celebrity is part of the job. But for singer-songwriters, no one really cares.
When I was releasing EPs by myself, I was generating royalties. And when I signed, I thought I'd put those royalties into other artists. And interestingly, streaming is most of the income for those artists.
I feel very English. I'm proud of it. I wanted there to be a thread connecting everything, the songs, clothes, artwork, even the string arrangements. It all creates a certain atmosphere.
I write songs, and I sing them. I never formulated a plan; I can't tell anyone else how to do this. But it feels right, so I just kind of enjoy it and get on with it.
I love pop music. I love drum and bass, Calvin Harris, all these electronic things, but it's nice to have something organic as well.