Tash Sultana on tour life and taking a chance on artists

“You’re never going to escape the judgement in what you do. When you’re an artist, when you’re doing stuff that’s so personal, it’s got to come from a place that you’re happy with. Because if people don’t like it, it doesn’t sting as much because you like it.”

Australian musician Tash Sultana spoke to Re: about their food TikToks, being their goofy self and starting up their own agency which aims to support other musicians.

“I don’t give a f*** anymore about like, how I come across. I am goofy. I’m having fun with my life and I really like the person that I’ve become.”

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