1. Hello, thank you for your time, please introduce yourself in a few
Hi, I’m Perrin, a 27-year old singer, songwriter, producer and DJ.
Besides music, I’m a social media manager at the Museum of Applied Arts
here in Budapest, Hungary.
2. Please give us an update about – new single, new album, tour dates,
We’ve just released our fourth music video and our debut album. We’re
going to promote our new stuff at concerts and parties here in Hungary.
The gig this summer we’re looking forward to the most will be at
Muveszetek Volgye on July 30th, a cozy festival in the countryside with
great location and great music.
3. Name 5 things we all should know about you as an artist?!
I’m sensitive, empathy is important to me, I’m a go-getter, I’m a
hedonist, I tend to be anxious sometimes (+1 I’m always honest.)
4. What fashion style or brand would best describe your music?
5. Tell us more about your songs! Topics! Message!?
Most of my songs are mood-oriented and the tone isn’t too serious.
Lyrics-wise, desire is a main topic in my songs. Some of the songs are
inspired by real-life events, naturally. But I tend to tackle other
topics as well, for example Zen Mode is about self-acceptance and
reaching the calmest state of mind.
6. Beside music, do you have any special talents?
I’m exceptionally good at pétanque
7. Being on stage feels like….!
I can be jittery at first but then the mojo kicks in and the whole
experience becomes unworldly and dream-like. Nothing else gives me this
feeling. This is my greatest passion, this is what keeps me alive.
8. How did you learn to sing/ to write/ to play??
Music has been around all my life. My mother was going to be an opera
singer so she’d sang to me even before I was born. My father is a
renowned trumpet player and music academy teacher so he played to me and
taught me as well. I went to music class in elementary and high school
and studied classical music. This gave me the principles to write pop
9. A question you’d like to answer, but never been asked in an interview
before?! + Answer pls
The question: Is it specifically hard to break out from the hungarian
music scene and make a career abroad?
The answer: It is actually, but I’m on it!