Hatchie on Self-Acceptance and Working a Day Job to Save for Tour

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Hatchie talks about the themes of shame and self-acceptance on her latest record, Giving The World Away, and how she worked a day job during COVID.

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Hatchie talks about the themes of shame and self-acceptance on her latest record, Giving The World Away, and how she worked a day job during COVID to save up to tour so she could pay her band and crew.

“I really wanted this record to be as big as possible on tour so I wanted to add extra members to the lineup and I wanted to have our own soundperson and have a lighting show so that meant that I had to make some personal sacrifices and had to go back to work part-time so I could balance that and budget for it so that I can save up and not have to pay myself on tour, whereas I have to pay a band,” Hatchie says.

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