In a recent interview with Crispin Earl from the Vancouver outfit The Veer Union, he opens up on how music has help him deal with his on-going battle with depression. " What has worked for me and I’m not saying this will work for every person, but I don’t write a diary, what I do is write music. Music is my diary, and for me it’s more complex than that. In this world, in the time that we are here, you have to be able to find things that give you purpose. I think for every human being to live without purpose, you are going to be in a bad spot, you’re going to find yourself in a place of darkness. When you find your purpose, that thing that makes you happy and gives you a reason to wake up in the morning, it’s going to make things a lot better. That’s what I figured out in my journey so far."
"For that moment, until then next. I think it’s always going to be at different plateaus. But getting to that moment, the moment to breathe is going to give you the reason to keep pushing forward, at least for me anyway. And I hope that other people can find that there is that thing that keeps pushing them forward and gives them a purpose on this planet."