I am extremely proud to present my first recorded EP, Liftaway, featuring popular favorite Bonfire.
I recorded this in my bedroom tonight and would appreciate if you guys gave it a listen and maybe threw a few dollars my way (hey hey). Hope you guys like it! Special thanks as always to Nina, and to all my friends who have supported me and my music. All of my love.
If you guys seen Madeon’s Pop Culture remix, you should check out the K-Pop version by Tak.
- Interviewer: You mentioned “empowered” females, and it’s great that today, we have these young female protagonists kicking ass onscreen—whether it’s Divergent or The Hunger Games. When I was a kid, you’d have been pretty hard-pressed to find any of that in movies, let alone blockbusters.
- Shailene Woodley: One of the biggest things I enjoy about it is the relationship between Zoe’s character (Christina) and my character. Oftentimes in films, even if you do have a really strong woman, there’s jealousy and envy among her sisters. So you’ll have this really empowered leader, who’s a chick, and then she has some sort of envious relationship with another woman in the movie. And in this movie, there’s no envy and no jealousy—no ridiculous girl-fights. It’s such an important message to send out there in this age of feminism because, yes, men need to respect women, and women need to be the leads of films, but at the same time, how do we expect men to respect women if women don’t respect women? A big theme in my life is sisterhood, and I think that this movie is a really great representation of that—of being there and supporting one-another without the malicious attacks that so often come in movies and media. So many women feel so much anger towards other women.