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Sophie Jamieson / Press

"Sophie is clearly an incredibly natural melody writer and her storytelling is often haunting and filled with sadness. On her Facebook profile she describes herself as ‘Another singer-songwriter’ but she’s becoming anything but, she’s becoming one of those rare and very special songwriters. Remember Elena Tonra before she become Daughter? Some part of that resonates which Sophie Jamieson."

"Dinah" is unbelievable, the subtle guitar plucks are intricate and provide a spellbinding simplicity to her hushed and fragile vocals, haunting and impeccably played it's simply a beguiling and timeless track that leave you with a warm, evocative feeling.

“Skopje puts on acoustic nights in Watford, north London, and always nabs himself the best of line ups. Sophie Jamieson is one such tip he sent over to me, and this song The Harbour Wall is just beautiful. And we’re not biased that she’s singing about Dublin at all – but being married to a Dubliner, I like to think I’ve stood at that very spot on Dublin harbour wall, tasted the salt and felt that breeze…”