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Maya Hawke catches up with Kyle Meredith to speak about Moss, her upcoming sophomore album, which finds her exploring her private identification journey and taking inspiration from Taylor Swift.
The actor/musician discusses shaking off her outdated self throughout the lyrics as she found her confidence, curiosity, and rebel. Hawke additionally talks about how “Thérèse” spotlights the methods the male gaze impacts younger ladies. “Hastily, your boobs develop that you simply don’t even perceive and other people go, ‘You gotta cowl these issues,’” she notes. “And also you’re like, ‘Why? Two months in the past I used to be working round topless on the seashore and now I’m not allowed to try this?’ And that’s not about me — I didn’t do something, I didn’t change. It’s due to the way it makes you really feel? However then these narratives get so programmed into your mind, and as an grownup girl, or as an grownup AFAB particular person, it’s important to go and rescue your self from the narrative that was made for you.”
Hawke additionally reveals dives into the very actual imagery that impressed the story of “Thérèse,” in addition to the symbolism within the Moss paintings. Elsewhere, she attracts the parallels between her actual self and Robin Buckley, whom she portrays on Stranger Issues, notably with regards to musical tastes. She says the character “is sort of a cartoon model of me. She would love Phoebe Bridgers.”
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