I spend a lot of time writing in New York.
Everything is temporary. Everything is bound to end.
I'm always on a train or a plane, so wherever I happen to be is home.
I think it's very good to have regrets, to learn how to live with them.
I'm nothing more than what you actually see, but I am also the complete opposite.
Well, I grew up between Holland and Israel and then moved to France when I was eleven.
I think many experiences are bound to be failures, and sometimes I regret them before they even happen.
It's always a mixture of fiction and your own story. It's more I recreate atmospheres and moods through songs.
When you record, you live with what you recorded for many many years, but when you play it's just an hour and a half and then once it's over it's over.
When you write songs, you can't really point out the exact thing you're inspired by. It's more a state or a mood or an atmosphere that you're trying to put into words.