MORE Indie Invaders / POSTED BY: KINGSOFAR

Look out for Sophia Bavishi and the moody mid-tempo new track Rain. It would fit perfectly on Spotify’s Sad Songs or Apples’s Heartbreak Pop and Chill Pop Playlist.

“It’s a netflix and chill on rainy day kind of song, when you’re stuck at the end of a relationship” notes Sophia.

When the 20 year old is not grinding away on her degree in popular music at Arizona State University, you might find her making jamming music, wearing her Birkenstocks, and going on long road trips. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders playlist.

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