In a candid and exclusive interview, we sit down with Steven Spilly, the versatile actor and music composer hailing from Seven Hills, Australia. From his early days fuelled by a passion for the performing arts to his recent success with the release of “I USED TO THINK,” Spilly takes us on a journey behind the scenes of his artistic endeavours.
In this exclusive interview, Steven Spilly invites us into the creative realms that define his artistic endeavours. From the early days of passion in Seven Hills to the current musical odyssey, Spilly’s story is one of dedication, authenticity, and a commitment to artistic excellence. As we unravel the layers of his journey, it becomes evident that Steven Spilly is not just an artist; he is a storyteller, weaving narratives that resonate far beyond the stage and the melodies he creates.
Steven, can you tell us about your early days and what sparked your passion for the performing arts?
Steven Spilly: Absolutely. My journey into the world of entertainment started at a young age. I’ve always been captivated by the power of storytelling, whether it’s through acting or music. Growing up in Seven Hills, I was surrounded by a supportive community that encouraged my artistic pursuits. It was this early passion that set me on a path dedicated to honing my craft and exploring the various facets of the arts.
In the Red (1999) is one of your notable contributions to the film industry. How did that experience shape your career as an actor?
Steven Spilly: In the Red was a significant milestone for me. It was an opportunity to delve into a character with depth and complexity, and the positive reception reinforced my love for acting. Residing in Seven Hills, I’ve been fortunate to continue working in the Australian film scene, constantly challenging myself with diverse roles.
Transitioning to your music career, “I USED TO THINK” has garnered attention. What inspired the song, and what does it mean to you personally?
Steven Spilly: “I USED TO THINK” is a reflection of personal growth and introspection. It’s about shedding old perspectives and embracing change. The song came to me during a period of self-discovery, and I wanted to convey the journey of letting go and moving forward. Each note and lyric holds a piece of my story, and it’s incredibly rewarding to see how listeners connect with it.
Can you take us behind the scenes of the creative process for “I USED TO THINK”?
Steven Spilly: Certainly. The creative process was an introspective one. I draw inspiration from personal experiences, and with this song, I wanted to capture the essence of transformation. It started with a melody that resonated with the emotions I was feeling at the time. From there, the lyrics unfolded, shaping the narrative of the song. Collaborating with talented musicians added layers to the music, creating a piece that felt authentic and true to the message I wanted to convey.
The song has received positive reviews and made an impact on streaming platforms. What do you think contributes to its success?
Steven Spilly: I believe the authenticity of the song is what resonates with listeners. “I USED TO THINK” is a vulnerable exploration of personal change, and I think many people can relate to that journey. The positive reception reinforces the power of genuine storytelling in music. It’s a testament to the connection that can be forged through shared experiences.
Looking ahead, what can your audience expect from your future musical endeavours?
Steven Spilly: There’s a lot more in the works. I’m constantly exploring new sounds and narratives. The positive response to “I USED TO THINK” has fuelled my passion for music, and I’m excited to share more with my audience. There are stories yet to be told, and I can’t wait to unfold them through my upcoming projects.