Shitty Interview No.84
Mid last month, indie-pop artist Storm Calysta announced her debut single & music video “Mushroom Cloud” written by Storm & Chris Greatti (of Blame Candy). Together they gave life to “Mushroom Cloud”, an earworm that “represents the perspective of an innocent child living in an age brimming with negativity & hate yet discovers the inspiration to transcend beyond it all.
Prior to releasing whimsical indie-pop music, Storm is known for her electrifying fashion style & creative direction portrayed
through visual art – which has captured the attention of publications all around the globe, including this one 🙂
Excited to see what this goddess does next! In the meantime, please enjoy our ‘Shitty Interview’ with Storm Calysta.
Sticks & Stones: Can you share some good advice with us?
Storm Calysta: “Be kind whenever possible, It is always possible.” -Dalai Lama.
I also advise you to listen to Mushroom Cloud.
Sticks & Stones: Read any good books lately?
Storm Calysta: Helter Skelter, The true story of the Manson murders.
Sticks & Stones: What’s your fave weird food combo?
Storm Calysta: I enjoy consuming snowcones that are pickle & jalapeno flavor combined, topped with chili lime salt.
Sticks & Stones: If you were an alien, how would you fuck with humans?
Storm Calysta: I often ponder the possibility of being an Alien, because I perplex humans daily.
Sticks & Stones: What inspired you today?
Storm Calysta: Existing on a tiny floating rock with blue skies and sunshine.
Sticks & Stones: Last time you threw up?
Storm Calysta: Every time I ingest dairy 🙁
Sticks & Stones: What do you think happens when we die?
Storm Calysta: My soul will most likely ascend from my shell into interplanetary space and morphe into a star.
Sticks & Stones: Do you believe in marriage & monogamy?
Storm Calysta: Monogamy is grovy.
Sticks & Stones: What do you fuck with right now?
Storm Calysta: Glitter, Rock n’ roll, Feathers, Red, Ruffles.
Sticks & Stones: Strangest thing that has ever entered your month?
Storm Calysta: Cow brains, It was an accident.