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Haunting indie rock.

"Sophie and the Giants is the brain child of front woman Sophie Scott, who had an urge to play the songs she had written for years within a band setting. Guitarist Ciaran Walsh joined after the band released their debut single 'Lord Knows', a track that received local radio attention, and revels in a soulful indie dream. Not long after, bassist Bailey Stapledon and drummer Chris Hill brought in a grungier, meaner sound that had been previously unchartered by the band, leading this version of Sophie and The Giants to be the best it has ever been. Never faltering, Sophie and The Giants' dynamic has now grown tenfold, not that it needed to be improved in the first place.

The Guildford four piece are sonically, wise beyond their years. Each song they craft is a perfect concoction of everything that's wanted from music, whether you're a die hard fan or a casual listener. Their hooks reel you in and the lyrics hold your attention in their expressive and relatable nature, painting pictures in your mind. Vocals soar, riffs groove and guitar solos yearn; and they've so quickly mastered the art of having a sound that's nearly impossible to pin down to an exact point. They're poppy, but still retain an impressive uniqueness. When melody and soft touches creep in, they turn a sharp corner and surprise you with an unexpected heaviness. Sophie and The Giants are unpredictable, in no way that's chaotic. This is just the beginning for one of the most authentic and exciting up and coming bands that there has been for a while. You haven't heard anything like this before."

Biography by Jasleen Dhindsa

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Haunting indie rock.

"Sophie and the Giants is the brain child of front woman Sophie Scott, who had an urge to play the songs she had written for years within a band setting. Guitarist Ciaran Walsh joined after the band released their debut single 'Lord Knows', a track that received local radio attention, and revels in a soulful indie dream. Not long after, bassist Bailey Stapledon and drummer Chris Hill brought in a grungier, meaner sound that had been previously unchartered by the band, leading this version of Sophie and The Giants to be the best it has ever been. Never faltering, Sophie and The Giants' dynamic has now grown tenfold, not that it needed to be improved in the first place.

The Guildford four piece are sonically, wise beyond their years. Each song they craft is a perfect concoction of everything that's wanted from music, whether you're a die hard fan or a casual listener. Their hooks reel you in and the lyrics hold your attention in their expressive and relatable nature, painting pictures in your mind. Vocals soar, riffs groove and guitar solos yearn; and they've so quickly mastered the art of having a sound that's nearly impossible to pin down to an exact point. They're poppy, but still retain an impressive uniqueness. When melody and soft touches creep in, they turn a sharp corner and surprise you with an unexpected heaviness. Sophie and The Giants are unpredictable, in no way that's chaotic. This is just the beginning for one of the most authentic and exciting up and coming bands that there has been for a while. You haven't heard anything like this before."

Biography by Jasleen Dhindsa

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