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Sophia Amato – Seven Sad Sins

Sophia Amato

Seven Sad Sins

London-based singer delivers third single

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“A stunning piece of ear candy with simple lo-fi electronic sounds”
When The Horn Blows

“Sophia Amato creates a luxuriously deep and rich soul sound that is totally spellbinding”
Alfitude

“Beautiful”
Reignland

Emerging talent Sophia Amato is pleased to reveal her third single Seven Sad Sins. Listen here. Following up her soulful single Why You Trying Not to Love Me, Sophia Amato delivers a melodic yet brooding new track complete with her signature honeyed vocals. Continuously working from a palette of inspirations from around the globe, Sophia this time gives her contemporary take on soul, Jazz and gospel on this new offering. Seven Sad Sins captivates the attention as Sophia’s vocal soars from modern soul through to a catchy beat-driven bridge. “The song is about recognising yourself through good and bad” Sophia explains. Joining the musical ranks of fellow peers Arlo Parks, Celeste and Cleo Sol, Sophia Amato is fast becoming a unique talent to watch in the contemporary soul music scene.

Sophia Amato is a London-based singer and songwriter who originates from Sicily. Spending the past few years between London and New York, Sophia fell in love with the art and Jazz scenes she discovered on her travels. Sophia has developed her own music that includes a kaleidoscope of these elements, as well as soul, pop and contemporary R&B. Sophia is currently in the studio working with writers and producers such as Bastian (Jess Glynne, Jessie Ware), Lapsley, Karma Kid (aka Shy Luv), Cutfather (Birds Of Prey), Dan Caplen (Clean Bandit, Macklemore) and John Foyle (FKA Twigs).

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