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Sophie & The Giants Return With New Single & UK Tour

Alt-pop songsmiths, Sophie and the Giants are back with the brand new single ‘Break the Silence’.

‘Break The Silence’ finds the band in anthemic mode, with a simple piano riff during the verse exploding into a propulsive drum-and-synth driven epic for the chorus, with Sophie’s emotive vocals shining through at the heart of the song.

“Lyrically the track is a call to arms”, as Sophie explains:

“Break the silence is about using your voice as your most powerful tool, even if it’s scary. When you’re someone who’s never felt like you’ve had a voice, listen and empower yourself to let go of that fear. It could make the biggest difference and it might help us all learn to be honest without fearing rejection or judgment. It’s about shouting out and making yourself heard.”

Sophie and the Giants hail from Sheffield and in their short existence have sold out their very first European tour and racked up the better part of 10 million streams from their debut EP, ‘Adolescence’. They’ve also picked up fans at Radio with support from, BBC Introducing, Radio 1 & Radio X.

Live they’ve supported Tom Grennan, Barns Courtney and a multitude of others whilst also being invited to play Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Glastonbury and Reading/Leeds Festivals this year. In October they’ll be heading out on a headline tour of the UK.

Continuing to go from strength to strength Sophie and the Giants are cementing their position as one of the hottest emerging acts in the UK.

Sophie & The Giants have announced the following tour dates:

12th – The Lexington, London
30th – Sound Basement, Liverpool

1st – Lending Room, Leeds 
3rd – Portland Arms, Cambridge 
5th – The Leadmill, Sheffield 
7th – The Stereo, Glasgow
8th – Institute 2, Northumbria 
9th – Muthers Studio, Birmingham 
12th – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester 
13th – The Basement, York
15th – The Green Door Store, Brighton


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