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Soccer Mommy Shares New Single “Lost”

June 6, 2024
Credit: Anna Pollack 

Soccer Mommy Shares New Single “Lost”

Soccer Mommy is currently performing a series of stripped-back, solo and extremely sold-out dates entitled “The Lost Shows” across the US, in which she is debuting new material. Now, Sophie Allison shares one of the stunning new songs that she’s been performing live. “Lost,” her first new single since her critically acclaimed2022 album Sometimes Forever, is out now HERE.

‘Lost’ feels like something new and something old at the same time,” Allison says of the song. “It’s a song that’s full of reflection and I wanted its production to really capture that feeling. I’m happy to have a chance to play it at these more intimate solo shows, because I think it really shines in that setting.”

The time since the last release and the new track “Lost“, the wait was worth it. The new single is slower, affectionate and moving. Combining the slick acoustic rhythms with this standout string range, the strings reinforce the emotional vivacity of the delicate harmonies and the captivating atmosphere that shifts and expands throughout. The focus is on the raw lyrics and the elevated delivery of the words that float through the standout passages.

When Sophie Allison began her musical project Soccer Mommy, she was a student at New York University, playing local shows throughout the city to modest crowds by herself with just a guitar. Today, Soccer Mommy is one of the most beloved and highly decorated indie artists of her generation, with three critically acclaimed albums under her belt, a slew of television performances, countless sold-out shows and sought-after festival slots worldwide, impressive chart debuts, and much more. Now – with “Lost” and Soccer Mommy’s solo performances with just her and her guitar, once again – Allison returns to her roots, with more to come soon.

Tour Dates

June 7 – Chicago, IL – Schubas  ** SOLD OUT **

June 9 – Nashville, TN – The Blue Room  ** SOLD OUT **

June 28 – Southampton, UK – Papillon

June 29 – Pilton, England – Glastonbury Festival

June 30 – Manchester, UK – Outbreak Fest

July 2 – Edinburgh, UK – Summerhall – Dissection Room

July 3 – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – Wylam Brewery

July 4 – Norwich, UK – Norwich Arts Centre

July 5 – Cambridge, UK – Junction 2

July 7 – Rotselaar, Belgium – Rock Werchter

July 8 – Utrecht, Netherlands – Ekko

July 10 – Madrid, Spain – Mad Cool Festival

July 28 – Portland, OR – Project Pabst

August 10 – Beech Mountain, NC – Beech Mountain Ski Resort^

September 29 – Washington, DC – All Things Go Festival

^ supporting Sylvan Esso

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