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Sophie Rose drops synth-pop gem ahead of huge US Tour with Nina Nesbitt

Boasting irresistible hooks, deep, brooding synths and emotive lyrics, Sophie Rose’s latest release ‘Hurt By You’ comes just 2 months after her last single ‘Best Friend’ landed on 18 New Music Fridays around the globe.

Listen to Hurt By You HERE

‘Hurt By You’ takes Sophie’s ever-maturing, self-produced sound to new heights through experimental synth textures and masterfully crafted vocal lines that will have you hooked from the first word.

At just 19 years of age, the LA-based singer-songwriter has already collaborated with the likes of Steve Aoki and Charlie XCX; been added to Taylor Swift’s own playlist on Spotify & Apple Music; and reached the Top 10 in the official US Billboard Charts.

“Hurt By You” is one of my favourite songs I’ve written because it’s so honest. I wrote most of it in the car while I was driving around LA one day. I was trying to process my feelings about someone and the song just came out, so the lyrics are very real and personal. This song tells the story of heartbreak, something I think we’ve all been through, so I hope listeners connect with it,” Sophie explained.

Through her ever-growing body of work, Sophie was recently discovered by pop superstar  Nina Nesbitt, who invited her to support on a full 19-date tour of the US & Canada, kicking off on February 23rd 2019 (see dates here).

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