After returning earlier this year with her comeback single 'Hammer', her first cut since her 2013 EP 'Where', Sophie Jamieson is back once again another sombre release.
The new track 'Wine' is said to form part of a wider project from the frontwoman, and sees her drawing comparisons to the likes of Daughter and Sharon Van Etten with its dark and enticing aesthetic.
Speaking about her latest offering, she said, "The emotions in this song aren’t pretty. It’s desperate. I worried at first that there was no relief, no sanctifying end to the track - but I realised that wasn’t the point. Normally with songs I would try to round off a message so that there is an acceptance somewhere, or conclusion. In this case it seemed to make sense that the conclusion was that there was no conclusion. It’s just shit.
"You want to be loved or wanted so badly that you’ll hide yourself in order to get it, fill a role you think somebody else wants you to fill and of course, this is a downward spiral that only ends in tears."
Have a listen to 'Wine' in the player below.