Sofie Royer – the singer and songwriter Sofie – is releasing new music this year.

“Baker Miller Pink” – the color also known as P-618, Schauss pink, or Drunk-Tank Pink, has been observed to temporarily reduce hostile, violent or aggressive behavior. To quote Boy George, “loving would be easy if your colors were like my dreams.” Sofie wants the song to “encourage one’s own imagination and dreams to rise to the surface. Written specifically about a movement and scene I was trying to challenge, the lyrics ended up having the ability to call me out just as much as the next everygirl.”

Sofie Royer Live in 2022:
Jul 22 – Schirn Kunsthalle – Frankfurt, DE
Jul 29 – Watten Schlick Festival – Varel, DE
Oct 4 – Le Trabendo – Paris, FR*
Oct 5 – Melkweg – Amsterdam, NL*
Oct 6 – Metropol – Berlin, DE*
Oct 7 – Tama – Poznań, PL*
Oct 8 – Praga Centrum – Warsaw, PL*
Oct 10 – Kantine – Cologne, DE*
Oct 11 – CHALK – Brighton, UK*
Oct 12 – St John at Hackney Church – London, UK*
Oct 13 – New Century Hall – Manchester, UK*
Oct 14 – Academy – Dublin, IE*
*support for Toro Y Moi

“Schweden Espresso” is a song about a bar she frequents in her hometown of Vienna. “It has served as a haunting backdrop for many a personal scene, regrettable and otherwise, being played out within the confines of its seasonally decorated walls.”

“Schweden Espresso” on Spotify 🃑 Sofie Royer on Instagram

The video was made by cult filmmaker Eugene Kotlyarenko (Spree, Wobble Palace), filmed in Las Vegas, 2021, in the midst of Covid. Sofie dances, plays the slots – and gets married. Eugene and Sofie hadn’t planned that part of the video but spontaneously ended up tying the knot while filming. Eugene describes it as “in a way, the greatest wedding video in the world.”