Soccer Mommy—a.k.a. Nashville native Sophie Allison—released her critically-acclaimed sophomore album color theory last year, earning countless accolades and year-end list nods. Now she announces a new one-off single entitled “rom com 2004,” produced by 5x Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter BJ Burton (Charli XCX, Bon Iver, Chance The Rapper, Empress Of, Miley Cyrus). Allison says of the track: “I wrote this song a while back and made a poppy demo for it. Then I told BJ to destroy it.”
Soccer Mommy recently announced her long-delayed U.S. headline tour in support of color theory. Starting in September 2021 the tour stops at some of the biggest venues Allison has headlined to date, including New York’s Brooklyn Steel on September 21 and Los Angeles’ Fonda Theatre on October 28, and will feature support from Squirrel Flower and Emily Reo. Many dates are already sold out, but see below to find a show near you and get your tickets HERE.
This new single also comes on the heels of Soccer Mommy contributing “Kissing In The Rain” to DC Comics and Loma Vista Recordings’ recent collaborative soundtrack for Dark Nights: Death Metal. The soundtrack was executive produced by acclaimed composer Tyler Bates (Guardians of the Galaxy, Watchmen, John Wick). On this soundtrack, Soccer Mommy is joined by an array of artists across various genres—including Mastodon, Denzel Curry, Manchester Orchestra, Chelsea Wolfe, IDLES, and more.
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