What’s on Your Playlist: Sophia Carter

Sophia Carter

Sophia is a poet and writer based in Birmingham with a passion for LGBT issues, food, fashion and literature, keen blogger and lover of cats.

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1: Oscar Isaac and Marcus Mumford – Fare thee well (Dinks Song)

I first heard this song played from the film Inside Llewyn Davis. Now, as a huge folk fan I fell in love immediately with its beautiful harmonies and sublime guitar melodies running through the song. If this is your thing, then I would pick up the Live at the Gaslight 1962 album, you can get this playlist on Spotify as well!

2:  Daughter – Run (LCAW Remix)

Daughter has to be one of the best bands out there. I first heard ‘Youth’ a year ago, and since then, I have followed them. This song is a stunning remix by LCAW, placing the eerie melancholy voice of the band, Daughter, alongside a modern beat.


3:  Mr Probz – Waves (Robin Schulz Remix)

I cannot get enough of this song! I remember when the original came out and feeling that it was missing something. Robin Schulz answered this and created a summer anthem.

4:  Angus and Julia Stone – Your the one that I want (Cover)

This brother and sister duo are largely unknown in the UK, which is a massive shame as they are incredibly talented. Their most recent album is highly enjoyable. Hopefully, they will get the following they so rightfully deserve within the UK sometime soon.

5:  David Bowie – Space Oddity

It just had to be said. Growing up, I listened to David Bowie endlessly (largely thanks to my mother). This is one of those songs that  is still played today and it won’t go away, a complete and utter classic!



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