"If tomorrow, women woke up and decided they really liked their bodies, just think how many industries would go out of business."

"My generation is optimistic. There’s a lot of positivity to the creativity of people my age. I’d never want to be involved in economics and politics. But I’d definitely lead a creative movement, and collectivise people creatively and inspire the rest of the population. I’d like to unite artists around the world. My dream is to get a big room and fill it with really really nice girls, and they’re all creating. Some of them are dancing, some of them are painting, some of them are making music, and I just look out from my mezzanine in the morning and be like ‘Yo, everyone create.’ I’m gonna start a cult. I just wanna get rich and share it.” If he was mayor of London, he booms, “It would be fucked up. It would be full of slackers and people who don’t do what they’re told and just sit around and get high. It would be the most subjugated city in the world. And I could feed it. Let’s have a party here, let’s have a party there.” The title of his new album, 6 Feet Beneath The Moon, is a reference to being buried deep under your potential aspirations. He now appears fully exhumed and closer to his ambition, with the target now in sight, he has the will to “keep fucking doing better and better. Working on my art. Keeping it the most valuable thing in my life. It’s only the art that really stands above everything else, the only thing in my brain that makes me feel ‘Ah, I feel happy now because I’m creating.’ That’s the only thing. That’s my desire and what I’m gonna do."

King Krule (i-D Interview)  (via squidwards-clarinet)