"The fascinating thing that you learn is that like nobody cares, but I don't mean that in a negative way. I just mean that we're always thinking about what people will think of us, but it's like nobody cares, like you go play on the subway and people will look at you and then they'll walk past you and then they'll think about their lives and think about what they're going to have for dinner, think about what they're doing at work the next day. Like life goes on like you're not going to die if you like go sing outside or something. I think there's kind of a beauty in that, in realizing that you're just, you know, a part of a larger thing that carries on."
- Moses Sumney