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

Thank you Dia for being so open and honest with all of that. It was very emotional to read. I’ve really missed reading these types of blogs like you guys used to do all those years ago.

I hate to know that you ever feel like a failure. You’re not and never will be a failure. All the music you’ve put out throughout your life has already made the world a much more beautiful place than it was before.

I really can’t express how much I love all your music — every Meg & Dia album (I love Cocoon!), your solo album, and Archis. It’s been amazing watching you and your music grow and evolve over all these years.

I’ve listened to your albums literally hundreds of times (iTunes will tell you)—through good days and bad days. You are by far my most listened to artist. All your music has brought me peace, joy, and inspiration countless times over the years.

It’s so hard to know that someone who’s made music that has meant so much to me would ever feel like a failure, or feel that no one would care that you’re in the studio working on new music.

I care. I’m beyond excited to hear the new album and see you perform again.

It is not embarrassing that you’re working and waiting tables to help fund your own music; it is admirable and inspiring. I wish you were able to focus on music 100% of your time, but I’m glad you’re doing whatever you have to in order to continue making music.

I will continue to always support you in whatever you do in whatever way I can.

Thank you for continuing to create and sharing your amazing music, Dia.

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