Sophie Griffiths releases new single Mother’s Daughter

“Positively classic in its teenage heartbreak delivery, the vocal range on show from Sophie makes it easy to see how she’s already gained early comparisons to Maisie Peters & GRIFF” – When The Horn Blows

“Boasting a timeless sound interspersed with cutting edge, modern sensibilities and a plethora of charisma and personality” – Clout Magazine

Sophie Griffiths returns with a new loving cut detailing the close relationship she has with her mum.

Sophie Griffiths

The last 12 months have been a whirlwind for Sophie Griffiths, from placements on Love Island and I’m A Celeb, to gaining her first and second Radio One plays as well as consistent support from Spotify UK, but she wouldn’t be where she is without the relationship she has with her mum.

Her latest release, Modern Love, has surpassed 75,000 streams across all platforms with support coming via New Music Friday UK, Easy, Fresh Finds (Pop, UK & IE) and New Pop UK placement on Spotify, whilst also gaining support from Maia Beth on her BBC Radio One show, Future Pop via two plays.

In true Sophie fashion, she has taken a subject many will find relatable but has delivered it with quips and clever turns of phrase that only she could.

Lines like: “What if I get the wrong tattoo? / What if my memory fades from view? / I guess if I’m half as good as you, I’ll be alright” take emotions that a lot of people feel but find hard to express. Sophie conveys them in a way that is not only incredibly sweet, but so easy to understand and relate to.

The track sounds like an artist who is truly flourishing in her developing sound, but gathers all her influences from the 60s and 70s and presents those in a contemporary way.

An old head on young shoulders, Sophie’s lyrics continue to be centred around subjects that any 20-year-old may be feeling or experiencing, but are written in such a way that any person of any age may find easy to relate to.

As 2023 progresses, it’s clear that the world is truly Sophie’s oyster. She could be the agony aunt to her generation or the artist that older generations have been waiting for.

Speaking about the song Sophie said: “This tune is all about my mum and our mother daughter relationship. My mum has always been such a strong force of nature, and growing up I always wanted to be just like her. The lyrics tell the story of the ups and the downs of our relationship, but the main message of the song is that my mum is the only person that truly feels like home to me, and she deserves a song just for her. So this ones for you mum x”

Mother’s Daughter was written with Josh Noble & Karl Zeigler (Lucy Deakin, Quiet Houses, Phoebe Hall) in early 2022 during Sophie’s first ever trip up to Manchester with her mum.

Already the track has surpassed 900K views on Tik Tok in anticipation of Sophie’s next release and people wanting to hear more after here previous single.

Mother’s Daughter begins what will be a long run of releases and shows throughout the year with Sophie having a new EP planned for later in the year and shows with Katie Kittermaster and CloseUp Festival already announced.

Catch Sophie Live:

29.03.23 – The Grace – London / Supporting Katie Kittermaster

21.05.23 – Close Up Festival – London

12.08.2023 – 110 Above Festival

2022 Highlights:

After her song was played on Love Island, her song It Must Be Love was #40 in the UK Shazam Chart. The song also featured on I’m A Celebrity during the letters from home scene.

Elsewhere, Sophie had nods from Spotify UK, Tidal, YouTube Music, When The Horn Blows, Clout Magazine, and Soundcloud in 2022.

Sophie also featured heavily across BBC Introducing Essex as their ‘Weekly Vibe’, whilst Radio Essex added her to their C-List. Whilst both Amazing Radio’s Shell Zenner & Charlie Ashcroft have been supporting consistently.

She’s also received support from legendary Sirius XM presenter, Larry Flick, on his new Vero Social show.

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