Perry: I’ve been making art since I could remember. From drawing on walls, painting on clothes to banging on drums pads. I can’t remember a time I wasn’t making something.
Perry: Musically, yes. I was a band geek growing up. Visually? Not so much. I took some art classes in college, going for business/graphic design, then dropped out shortly after.... (laughs)
Perry: My albums. The BLM mural (Capitol Hill, Seattle) with the VMC, Garfield High School, the video game placements and this project with Heylo, of course.
Perry: I wanted to achieve something tropical. Sunflowers and mangos are some of my favorite flowers and fruit. I wanted to keep “flower” the main focus, but to give it a sweet, fruity vibe without having any fruit insight.
Perry: It was groovy and light. I was mad giggling and had the energy to create all day on V3.
Perry: Fun and dreamy. I want people to feel light and sweet. We’ll call that feeling "candy paint".
Fun and dreamy. I want people to feel light and sweet. We’ll call that feeling "candy paint".
Making music for sure. Watercolor sketches 'cause I get lost in how the color plays within the water and dancing. I love dancing... COVID kinda killed that though... (laughs)
Cal Anderson Park and Garfield High School.
That’s my baby!! Perry & Mary for life.
Hell yeah. Everyone knows I gotta roll a joint or two before we record anything. (laughs)
It’s everything I’ve been listening since working on this project. The vibe that also describes the type of music I've been making for this next album.
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