Sophie Jamieson Unveils Stirring New Single ‘Release’

Singer-songwriter Sophie Jamieson has unveiled a new single called ‘Release’. It’s taken from her upcoming EP of the same name, which is set for release on December 1st. Check it out below, alongside an accompanying music video filmed, directed and edited by Jamieson.

“This song is a search for peace by any means necessary. I wanted to escape how I felt, to blur it and take the edge off it, to indulge in it and then leave it behind,” Jamieson said in a press release. “It reflects the constant effort to balance feeling too much and feeling nothing, the desperate search for equilibrium that only ever ends in chaos.”

Release was produced by Steph Marziano, who has previously worked with the likes of Hayley Williams, Denai Moore, and Lazy Day. Previously, Jamieson previewed the project with ‘Forward’, which made it onto our list of best new songs that week.

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