[December 13th – New York, NY] Emerging international singer-songwriter, Sody, releases her new EP “I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry” via Relentless Records and Sony Music Independent Network. ‘I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry’ is available to stream or purchase at all digital service providers now. Click here to listen.
The internationally breaking singer-songwriter has caught the attention of famed publications such as Wonderland, Clash Magazine, and Euphoria Magazine and also Julia Michaels who shared Sody’s track “Maybe It Was Me” on her socials.
“I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry” is an EP that is sure to have an impact on its listeners – full of reflection, captured by a spine-tingling acoustic sound. Sody has been releasing live versions of each track online where each video uses colour and set design to reflect the mood of the lyrics and tone of each track. Watch the latest video ‘Reason To Stay’ here.
Sody says of the EP – ‘‘I’m sorry I’m not sorry’ is me accepting myself for who I am and coming to terms with certain experiences in my life. My words are honest and I hope other people find comfort in them and remember that whatever they are going through, they are not alone.’
The EP “I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry,” includes co-writing credits and production from Sacha Skarbek (Miley Cyrus, Wrecking Ball and Lana Del Rey, Without You), Toby Scott (Little Mix, Gossip) and Frances (Maisie Peters, Jess Glyn) amongst others.
At 12 years old, Sophie Dyson aka Sody was discovered by her manager where her music career began. She spent the next few years honing her song-writing skills and was promptly signed to UMPG in 2016, one of their youngest signings to date.
At 15, came her first offer of a record deal, making the decision to turn it down after realizing she wasn’t ready. She released her debut EP ‘Youth’ in 2016, garnering over 4 million streams and has since gained the support of Wonderland, Clash, Line of Best Fit and BBC Introducing.
Not shy to admit that she wears her heart on her sleeve, Sody states ‘Being honest is my thing’. Her music is a complete reflection of that, where Sody voices her journey in coming of age in songs like ‘Maybe It Was Me,’ ‘Let You Know,’ ‘Whole (demo),’ ‘I Don’t Know You Anymore,’ and ‘The Bully’. Earlier this year, in support of ‘The Bully,’ Sody passionately advocated for anti-bullying by partnering with UK organization Ditch The Label and travelled the UK giving talks about her bullying experience in high schools.
An artist on the rise, Sody at the mere age of 19 has had tracks featured on Love Island UK and already amassed over 35 million collective streams.
I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry Tracklist:
1. Nothing Ever Changes
2. What We Had
3. Reason To Stay
4. Love’s A Waste