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      Following from her 2017 self-releases 'Let Go' and 'Wasted Youth', Sody takes us on a journey that everyone can relate to with her wistful new single 'Maybe It Was Me'.

      The track sees the hotly-tipped newcomer fuse her own brand of soul-stirring pop with a song-writing ability and emotional sincerity beyond her years. Released the day after her 18th birthday, on 'Maybe It Was Me' Sody delivers an honest and raw account of the isolating tribulations of a teenage girl. Paired with warmly-lit visuals, the track remains relatively bare in a showcase of natural vocal flair; 'Maybe It Was Me' matches understated, atmospheric synths with delicate piano chords, with Sody's soulful vocals ever at the forefront.

      On the track, she comments "I've spent the last year writing songs that reflect my experiences over the last few years. I'm excited but scared to share my most raw work to date as it's not easy to be vulnerable in public. 'Maybe It Was Me' is about accepting and apologising for not being as mindful as you could have been in a relationship."

      Sody doesn't follow the rules, or follow the crowd; this is expertly curated pop. Her forward-thinking, emotionally raw song-writing style has led to relatable, cutting-edge pop that marks her as a unique new artist.

      On her forthcoming EP Sody channels her own isolation and independence in an unveiling of raw sentiments with frequent collaborator Frances. Being ok with going it alone and not oversharing every element of her life across social media is Sody's self-empowerment, which is relatively unheard of for a woman of her age.

      Following an unforgettable Glastonbury performance after huge support from BBC Introducing, 2018 is proving to be another unstoppable year for Sody, who will be supporting Tom Walker on his UK tour this October. During this time, she will be visiting schools up and down the country, giving students motivational talks and exclusive

      "The newest pop powerhouse" - Wonderland