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Artist Interview

Bailey Perrie

LLRA - Where do you live? 

Bailey - Perth,  Western Australia 

LLRA - What do you like most about playing music? 

Bailey - I love experimenting with sound and how it can create an emotion.

LLRA - What inspired you to start playing and making music? 

Bailey - I always loved to sing and perform but formally it was when I joined my school choir at 10 when the desire to do it for ever happened. We performed with a mass choir called One Big Voice and I had a one line solo in Fight Song in front of 10k people. I knew at that moment that this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. So my parents sent me to a writing workshop and it turned out I loved to write the songs also. From there I really only ever performed original music and started making my own music videos. At age 11 One Big Voice gave me the opportunity to sing my first produced original song at their concert as preshow and they have been an incredible support ever since. If you search Bailey Perrie - Step By Step on YouTube you may find it (I sound like a chipmunk).

LLRA - Describe your creative process when you write new music?

 Bailey - When inspiration hits (normally very late at night) I will start strumming the guitar and the lyrics start to flow, I normally write the basic song in 15 to 30 mins and then I will come back to it and polish it or tweak the lyrics. I generally write about something I have just experienced.

LLRA - How would you describe your musical style and the evolution of your sound over the years? 

Bailey - For my first album Emergence my music was slower piano, melodic style and themes were more general, things that I saw other people experiencing. I love to dance so with my second album Unpaid Therapist I explored more of a pop sound which I loved but I still didn't find myself listening to it as the kind of music I really enjoy is more pop rock. Now that I am older I am loving writing about my own experiences, I feel I have more relatable content. I am currently working on a new EP and the music is much heavier pop rock and I am super excited to share it as it is exactly what I would listen to.

LLRA - Are there specific themes or messages you aim to convey through your music? 

Bailey - My themes vary based on what's going on in my life at the time. But it is important to me to convey a message, without leaving you depressed. I like people to hear my songs and feel better in some way. Whether it be feeling understood and not alone or whether it just makes you want to jump around having fun.

LLRA - Can you share the story behind your latest album/project?

Bailey - My newest track which is to be release before the end of the year is my favourite song so far. I wrote it about a rivalry, which is why it turned into a pop rock. This one is where I really show to more rock side of me (which is so much fun to perform). This one is about 2 friends who are enemies and they know it but they kind of like it. Think of it like a Tom and Jerry scenario where they are constantly chasing each other and it fun to join the battle to see who will win but in the end they are both pretty awesome.

LLRA - Who's your ideal musician to collaborate with and why?  

Bailey - If we are talking absolute dream, I would have to say The Killers, or Avril Lavine, that really where my music is going at the moment. But of course the incredible Taylor Swift here writing is next level. 

LLRA - Are there any musicians who inspire you? 

Bailey - 100% Taylor Swift, her song writing, they way she connects with her audience and her image all inspire me. I also take massive inspiration from Avril Lovine, she was probably my first favourite artist, I used to dance around to her music as a toddler. Another artist I love is BonJovi. I am loving all the pop punk rock like Simple Plan, The Killers, Blink 182, Greenday and so many from that era.

Thank you for sitting on the Lounge with me Bailey. To hear more from the wonderful Bailey Perrie, Check out her website & Request now on Lava Lounge Radio Australia. 

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