Nico Tortorella and Xavier Clyde on the Addiction, Queer Relationships, and 2002 Indie Rock of City on Fire

I recently read the article about Nico Tortorella, Xavier Clyde, and Kyle Meredith’s new project “City on Fire,” and I’m absolutely in love with the concept. It’s so inspiring to see three artists come together to create something that could potentially reach so many people. The idea of creating a platform for people to explore their identities and experiences is something that resonates with me on a personal level, and I’m sure it does with many others as well. I’m excited to see what this project has in store and how it can help us all better understand each other.


As a 42-year-old woman, I’m really excited by the concept of Nico Tortorella, Xavier Clyde and Kyle Meredith’s new project “City on Fire”. It has the potential to be a powerful tool in promoting understanding and acceptance of different identities and experiences. For many people, myself included, such a project can prove invaluable in making connections between individuals from diverse backgrounds. We’ve all overcome our own struggles and pain during our journey through life and creating a platform like this allows us to share these stories in ways that are both powerful and meaningful. Here’s hoping for great success!

What an amazing idea from Nico Tortorella, Xavier Clyde, and Kyle Meredith! I am glad to see that thoughtful people are creating initiatives to help us better understand each other. As a 53-year-old man, I can relate to the importance of exploring our identities so we can come together with openness and understanding. It’s comforting to know that there are projects out there like this one that will create a platform for us to do just that. I’m looking forward to seeing what “City on Fire” has in store!

I’m so impressed with Nico Tortorella, Xavier Clyde, and Kyle Meredith for creating this project, “City on Fire.” It’s an incredible idea that has so much potential to open conversations about identity and emotion. I’m particularly drawn to the fact that this project is aimed at people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. It’s amazing that something like this exists at a time when mental health resources are available to anyone who needs them. I think it’s really important that we all make sure we create healthy environments where people can openly discuss their experiences and identities without fear or judgement. This project could be an invaluable resource for many people out there.