SOPHIA SCOTT'S NEW SINGLE "STRANGERS AGAIN" OUT NOW
Fresh off her NYC debut at Rockwood Music Hall last night, Sophia Scott unveils her new single "Strangers Again," out everywhere today. The new single is a powerful, heartfelt meditation on falling in and out of love. There is a sorrowful yet poetic complex that arises in a breakup, as someone you loved so deeply is removed from your future and becomes, as she puts it, a "stranger again." It's a buoyant and vibrant track that addresses a poignant and deeply relatable topic.
Scott's soaring vocals, vulnerable yet empowering lyricism, and slick pop melodies put a twist on the oft male-dominated country genre. Influenced by pop, country, R&B and classic rock, Scott has created a fresh, delightful, liberated sound, completely unrestricted by genre.
Hailing from Boulder and now Los Angeles-based, Sophia Scott started gaining traction by posting stripped back YouTube covers. Her powerful cover of Rihanna’s “Love On The Brain” has over 1 million views and her bluesy cover of Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey” has been picked up by almost every major country blog.
Over the last year, Scott has released a successful string of originals, including "White Fence" (which debuted on Spotify's New Music Friday) and "Quit." While grabbing a guitar and belting out a cover is still her favorite party trick, Scott is ready to establish herself as a story teller with an inventive, fresh sound.