Sophia Danai shows vulnerability on “WYIL”

After her first single, Come Thru, premiered at Billboard, Sophia released her next unapologetic single, Guns and Gold. Both of these songs were a reckoning and an exercise in releasing the demons of Danai’s past. WYIL shows a more vulnerable side to the story. The vocal performance is moody and soothing, and the message is reflective and forgiving. The music video was shot on 16mm film and directed by Jordan Findlay, alongside cinematographer Cole Graham (Daniel Ceasar, Her). It captures the loneliness and isolation relationships can bring, which ironically is a feeling that connects us all, because to feel alone, is human. This is the third single from her upcoming EP, Real Lies, set to be released March 2019.

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