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My Song to be released on March 3rd

On the day Sophie celebrated her 45th birthday, on the 12th of February, her official website released news about her next album. The new album will be released on 3rd of March 2017. Also the tracklist was announced. The album will contain a total of 10 new tracks:

  1. Bless Me
  2. My Song
  3. Dreams Are Better
  4. When Times Are Bad
  5. The Happy Woman Cries
  6. Imagine
  7. No Victims
  8. This Prison
  9. I Wonder
  10. Something More

The album will be relaesed on Sophies own label Oh Dear Records.

All the concerts that were announced here earlier are now confirmed by the official website. Including some new concerts:

25-03-2017

Kungsbacka

Kungsbacka Teater

06-05-2017

Linköping

Konsert & Kongress

09-06-2017

Ettersburg Pfingst.Festival

For a complete overview of the upcomming shows you can visit the Tour page.

New album and tour in 2017

In 2017 Sophie will release a new album. The new album will be titled "My song". After the release of the new album Sophie will also go on tour in Sweden and Germany. At this a moment a release date is not yet known.

 

Sophie will play the following shows in spring of 2017:

05-04-2017

Malmö

Palladium

06-04-2017

Helsingborg

Dunkers Kulturhus

07-04-2017

Göteborg

Stora Teatern

08-04-2017

Eskilstuna

Royal-Biografen

19-04-2017

Stockholm

Göta Lejon

20-04-2017

Nyköping

Culturum

21-04-2017

Lund

Mejeriet

22-04-2017

Örebro

East West

03-05-2017

Gävle

Gävle Konserthus

04-05-2017

Kalmar

Kalmar Teater

07-06-2017 Hamburg Knust
08-06-2017 Berlin Heimathafen Neukölln

For You

 The first single of the new album will be For You This is a duet with Daniel Lemma .  Since today you can download it on amazon.de, iTunes or listen to it on Spotify.

The tracklist of the new album have also been published on several music shops over the internet. You can now find the new album with tracklist in our discography.

I've updated the tour section with the links for buying tickets for the 3 shows in Sweden.