SOFY – Big Talk

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A British pop starlet in the making returns today with an infectiously catchy new release.

After a busy season playing festivals all across the country (including Glastonbury), SOFY unveils ‘Big Talk’, and it’s a perfected slice of indie-pop that pairs a slick production with fun and relatable lyrics.

“‘Big Talk’ was inspired by my time in the wilderness of dating apps, trying to find meaningful connection but getting bummed out by small talk that never goes anywhere. I think we all need a bit more ‘Big Talk’ in our lives.”

In the relatively short space of time since SOFY’s debut last year, this talent has achieved press support from the likes of Clash, Notion, Wonderland and The Line of Best Fit, while also commanding over 40k monthly Spotify listeners.


New Music: SOFY

Track of the week. Leicester-raised artist SOFY has to be the most exciting British talent that I have come across so far this month.

An understated and hazy indie-pop sound with a dose of cheekiness, it’s no wonder she’s already picking up support from prominent tastemakers likes Clara Amfo, Jess Iszatt, Gemma Bradley, and artists Tom Grennan, Sam Fender, and YUNGBLUD.