Poppy on her new EP ‘Stagger’: “I feel like it’s a small chapter of my life”

Poppy caught up with NME at Reading Festival 2022 to tell us what we can expect from her upcoming EP “Stagger”. Check out our video interview with the nu-metal star.

Before taking to the main stage, the nu-metal star confirmed that his next record will be a four-track EP titled ‘Stagger’ – the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2021 album ‘Flux’ – and that that it would be out in October.

“Well, there’s four songs on the EP and I feel like they’re a small chapter of my life,” he told NME. “I wrote the songs in December last year, so it’s taken me a while to come out and I’m excited about it.”

Poppy also talked about feeling like an outsider, and letting that come through in her performances. When asked what to expect from his performance at R+L, he replied: “That’s a very broad question, and it makes other people very happy as well.

“I don’t think you have to find your place in life to be happy, and I think the journey is always searching, exploring, exploring the mind. The stages are part of the picture, and you don’t have to to do. find a particular place. You can be in many places.”

When asked what advice he has for those who feel like outsiders, he said, “You’ll be fine if you never find your place.”

Reading Festival ends today, with The 1975, Halsey and Charli XCX, and Bring Me The Horizon, Wolf Alice and Arctic Monkeys will close the Leeds Festival.

Come back to NME here for the latest news, reviews, photos, interviews and more from Reading & Leeds 2022.

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