T & the Rex would describe her music as raw and honest, heavily influenced by feelings of "DIY" and "home-made-ness". the right feeling is more important to her than a "perfect" sound. all music by T & the Rex is made by no one but herself in her bedroom, everything from writing and recording to producing and mastring. T & the Rex usually writes about what is important in her life and in the world. In her latest single "never think that war is not a crime" she writes about being unwanted, and in the wrong place at the wrong time. And in her loved song "1892" she sings about young queer love and having to be separated from the person you love the most. Most people relate to a T & the Rex song, which one do you relate to the most?