Best Is Yet To Come
Three years after her smash hit Love And Steel, and 2018 summer anthem Kid At Heart, Sofye showed us a quite another side of her artistry later that year. While the feel-good hit Love and Steel, which was A-listed on norwegian national radio P1 for several months and became the very soundtrack of the summer for many people, the beautiful piano-ballad The Riddle exhibited a dark, melancholic and stripped down version of the gifted artist.
Her new single Best Is Yet To Come is taken from her forthcoming album, set for release later this spring. Hope is the essence of the song, and if there's something we all need nowadays, it's hope, isn't it?
She wrote the song in a time of her life where sickness and darkness surrounded her.
-Hanging on to hope even when your life is at its worst, helps you taking control, in a way. If you lose hope, you lose everything. I declare this my protest song against 2020!
As well as getting massive radio rotation in Norway, Sofye also got plenty of airtime on several radio stations in Sweden, as well as being included on Viral Top 40 Norway.
This past year, the artist and professional music therapist, also become an important voice, standing up against bigger artists complaining about not being listed on Norwegian national radio, and against celebrities and their ego-sentric andboring self biographies. Both articles was published by VG, Norway's by far biggest newspaper.
RELEASE DATE: 22.January 2021
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