Review: Sophie Faith brings warmth and soul to Village Underground

Lauren Gordon

By Lauren Gordon

Lauren Gordon

8 Nov 2022

Sophie Faith’s debut at Village Underground was a night not to be missed. The London-based vocalist took to the comfy venue with a burst of energy and excitement, warming the cold November evening.

The singer, who burst onto the scene in 2016 with Studio a Soundcloud exclusive. Across her six-year journey, Sophie has treated listeners to her jazz inflicted, mellow vocals and expressive, addictive lyricism.

Opening with her Bad Blood before welcoming herself to the crowd, Sophie’s bubbly character and enigmatic confidence weaved throughout the crowd and set us up for a night of soulful music.

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For her long-time fans and newbies alike, Sophie performed tracks from as far back as her industry debut and teasers of unreleased tracks from her upcoming project.

Sophie Faith in concert

Sophie broke into her funky 2017 hit, Say So, produced by Midnight Phunk who has also worked with the likes of Jamilah Barry and JORDY.

Having performed You Are The Best Thing, Cross My Mind and Pinky Blues, Sophie proved herself more than worthy of the praise she’s received from co-signs Stormzy, DJ Target and Rebecca Judd.

Sophie’s upcoming EP will drop on 25th November.

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