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Sophie Gibson

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Sophie Gibson is a singer/songwriter based in Auckland, New Zealand. Originally from Scotland, Sophie moved to New Zealand with her family in 2005, and grew up in the small town of Katikati in the Bay of Plenty. Not constrained to one genre, her music encompasses the styles of singer/songwriter, easy listening, and indie pop music.

Losing her older brother to suicide in 2015 is the driving force behind her beautiful, yet powerful and emotional lyrics. Since his passing, her music has become an important tool for spreading suicide awareness.

Sophie’s music is also inspired by nature, a recent collaboration with U.S. band Amite being released for the video game 'Beyond Blue', entitled Something in the Water. Her upcoming EP entitled Deeper Waters is an exploration of the emotions of hope and despair that come along with grieving a loss from suicide. It will be released later on this year.

“Sophie Gibson is a promising up and coming singer/songwriter who breathes raw emotion into every note she sings. She possesses an incredible voice that melts the heart and uplifts the soul."

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