“I wasn’t intentionally trying to be revolutionary,” Samantha Sidley tells Forbes in a recent interview about her barrier-breaking album Interior Person. She continues, “I was just trying to be honest. What’s the point of making art if you can’t be honest? I’m not going to stand up on stage in front of people and lie.” The in-depth feature tells Sidley’s story, revealing personal details along the way of describing how she made an album that is “open and vulnerable, vivacious and calming.”
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