Sophie Delila is pleased to announce an intimate show at London’s Jazz Café on Thursday 13th June in support of new single ‘Bound To Fall’, released this week. The show follows a sold out performance at The Borderline last year, and comes ahead of her slot at this year’s Wilderness Festival.
A regular collaborator with Nouvelle Vague and having found herself joining Plan B on stage, the London-based Parisian has been catapulted into a world of big-name musicians, a theme that’s relayed in ‘Bound to Fall’. “Life sometimes pushes you to the edge and it’s about how you deal with it, whether you can control things or not,” Sophie says.
Born into a very musical household (Ray Charles’ manager was a close family friend, and house guests in their home included none other than Marvin Gaye), Sophie’s story so far is nothing but extraordinary. After winning a scholarship to the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston at the age of just seventeen, Sophie relocated to the US and ended up working in various studios and performing regularly in New York City. Sophie moved to London six years ago and she is now established as an accomplished songwriter and producer in her own right. Her windowless studio near Putney Bridge has provided her with the perfect opportunity to hone her craft, working with the likes of Aleks Josh, Jack Savoretti, and production teams Monarchy and The Suppliers.
With such achievements, both academic and vocational, it’s clear that Sophie is a highly accomplished talent whose live show should not be missed.
‘Bound To Fall’ is now available to download on iTunes.