I’d Get to the Top of the Mountain if It Would Just Stop Fucking Growing
Dia Frampton

This has genuinely moved me. The honesty of it, things you’ve gone through to the emotions you’ve had through it. The willingness,want to allow yourself to be vulnerable and open about things so many would never even think about talking about with anyone but their closest friends let alone put on the internet is amazing and inspiring

“If you want to do art, you have to do art. If you want to do music, you have to do music. If you don’t, it will hurt.” This is such an incredibly true and important statement. As a 28 year old who has always fought with doing what I think I NEED to do to live day to do against what I NEED to do because I LOVE it this hits a chord with me.

I am extremely close with my brother and am someone who forms really tight bonds with those I get close to. While of course different from what you have with your sister, growing apart from my brother and closest friends is one of my biggest fears. It truly is great to hear that you and Meg are doing well, it’s always been pretty apparent that family was important to you.

I cannot wait for the new album. I’ve enjoyed what you put out from Something Real to your performances on The Voice and features you’ve done to Red to Archis. Best of luck in whatever you define as success and more importantly with happiness.

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