Sophie - Nothing More To Say album
SOPHIE, Jon Hopkins nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album at 61st Grammy Awards. Björk and Disclosure are also up for awards at the February 2019 ceremony. Primavera Sound reveals 2019 lineup, featuring more than 50 percent women. Robyn, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz and SOPHIE are among those booked for the Barcelona festival next spring. Unsound announces second round of artists for 2018. The Kraków festival has added nearly 50 more acts, including SOPHIE, DJ Lilocox and a debut back-to-back from Objekt and Lena Willikens
Nothing More to Say (Dub) Sophie. No More To Say Confliction. Nothing more to say Omniverse. Nothing More To Say Fivefold. Nothing More To Say (Original Mix) Airdream. Say What's On Your Mind Jammin' G.
Sophie released her debut single "Nothing More to Say" in February 2013 via the London-based Glaswegian label Huntleys + Palmers. The single comprised two mixes of the titular track (titled the "Dub" and "Vox"), as well as the B-side, "Eeehhh", which was initially posted on (and later deleted from) Sophie's SoundCloud in 2011. 2017–present: Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides. In October 2017, Sophie made her solo musical comeback with a new single, "It's Okay to Cry", the first new material she released in almost two years. The music video for the song was the first time she used her voice and image in her work. She subsequently opened up to the press about being a transgender woman. Later in the month, she also made her debut live performance, where she premiered newly-recorded songs from her second album with vocal performances by Cecile Believe.
Titel: Nothing More To Say. Label: Huntleys & Palmers. Katalog-Nr: H&P006.
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|H+P006||Sophie||Nothing More To Say (12")||Huntleys & Palmers||H+P006||UK||2012|
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|H+P006||Sophie||Nothing More To Say (3xFile, MP3, 320)||Huntleys & Palmers||H+P006||2013|