Remi Wolf appeared on the cover for NME magazine for their October issue and she also given an interview about her struggles with mental health.
The 25-year-old singer has announced she will be on the cover after announcing the release date for her debut album, Juno, back in August.
In the interview for NME, when asked about how she manages the change which comes with success, Remi stated:
“I’m taking it all on and it’s a very weird, unnatural experience – I need support. There’s definitely more care being given, but there’s still a lot more work to do.”
The singer also touched upon the importance of therapy and how it should be provided for musicians , adding:
“Artists signed to labels should be given the resources to find therapists [and] have health insurance, or at least find a liaison to help them out with everything.”
Remi Wolf is set to release her debut album Juno on October 15.
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