Sofia Wolfson is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Los Angeles, currently living in Boston for school. Her musical influences range from Joni Mitchell to Blake Mills, The Band to Fiona Apple, which can be heard in her music. Brought up on 1960s folk and rock, Sofia started playing guitar at 6, writing music at 9, and played her first gig when she was 13. Throughout her high school years at The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Sofia played all around town at venues like The Bootleg, The Moroccan, Rockwood Music Hall, The Hi Hat, The Sanctuary Santa Monica, The Lost Room, Genghis Cohen, and more, opening for artists like Tom Brosseau, L.A. Salami, and Johanna Samuels.
Sofia released her first full-length record when she was 16, called Hunker Down. Her latest EP Side Effects, a 3-song release, was produced by Marshall Vore ( Phoebe Bridgers, Korey Dane) at Vore’s home studio in Pasadena. “Snake Eyes,” “Write It Down,” and “Capsule,” are brought to life by some incredible musicians like Lee Pardini (Dawes), Jason Boesel (Rilo Kiley), Dylan Day (Jenny Lewis, Korey Dane), and more.
As of recent, Sofia released a music video for “Write It Down,” as well as a new single “Nothing’s real.”