“Take Me Home” in top 10!

I’m very excited that my new single “Take Me Home” went straight in as no 8 on Folk Radio Charts USA for April, two weeks after release date! Thank you to all the DJs that added it to their shows!

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Take Me Home – New single out now!

I’m very excited to present the first single “Take Me Home” from my upcoming album “Paws of a Bear” which will be released later this year. The song is a reflection of my time growing up as a young lady on an island on Sweden’s west coast. It’s a song about the ambivalence of what is – or was home, the feeling of wanting to leave and the feeling of coming back. Thank you to all my wonderful musicians, Tim, Marcus, Janne and Joakim for playing. Thank you everyone for listening.

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USA leg of the World Tour starts now!

It wasn’t easy getting to the U.S this time. It all started with our plane hitting a couple of ducks and we had to turn around back to Amsterdam. After a lot of ping-ponging around Europe we finally got on a plane to Miami.

The U.S leg of my 2019 tour starts in Fairhope, AL and will take me through 11 states this time. Lil’Chief is getting a tune up as we speak. I hope to see you down the road. You can find all my concerts here sofiatalvik.com/gigs

New album and World Tour 2019

So it’s been in the works for some time, but I’m happy to announce that I have a new album coming out in 2019. To promote it I am embarking on a world tour with stops all over Europe, the U.S and New Zealand!!!

I’m very excited to come to new places in the world and be able to share the new songs. And I am going to share a very special preview with you right now. We are just finishing up the recordings of the new album and am starting the mixing process very soon, so this is just a snippet of a raw mix from my song Blood Moon. Some of you have probably already heard me perform this live in 2018, but here it is with full band.

I wrote this song in Boise, ID after all the forest fires painted the moon red.