by Thomas Bedward February 13, 2022
Rising Irish Pop Star Sophie Doyle Ryder is excited to release her first track of the year, the brilliant 'Don’t Want No Boyfriend', taken from her highly anticipated debut EP 'Beginners Luck'.
Written in Summer of 2021, the new single is all about wanting to have fun and not falling for someone. It’s such a feel good tune, inspired by an exciting feeling of being free. Sophie knew she wanted a song that she could release around Valentine’s day, but not the generic love song, she wanted to do something to celebrate the single gals! Forget Valentines and enjoy Galentine’s Day. This is the ultimate Anti-Valentines, living in the moment song for all singletons not wanting to partner up.
Sophie is set to enjoy a major 2022 with being named RTÉ 2FMs Rising One To Watch list. She is releasing her debut E.P, shows and festivals in the U.K and Ireland and is currently signed with Paradigm Agency.
Sophie’s debut EP 'Beginner’s Luck' is full of chart- worthy hits. Beginner’s Luck depicts a new chapter in Sophie’s life and 'Don’t Want No Boyfriend' reflects her spontaneous fun, in the moment and lifestyle. She feels that 'Beginner’s Luck' really shows who she is an artist and it was written during a crazy time in her life. The debut EP gives a full 360 view on relationship situations for the young artist. “You can really feel the rollercoaster of emotions throughout”.
'Beginner’s Luck' is a timeline of the Summer of 2021 for Sophie and holds a special place in her heart. It is an expression of the transition period in life as the young singer finishes school and prepares for her future. “It feels like to perfect time to release this EP”.
Sophie’s previous releases have earned over 32 million Irish radio impacts and have peaked at no. 2 in the Irish Breakers Chart. She remains as ‘One To Watch’ by many. In addition to International Spotify playlist placements, she has received airplay in the UK, USA and Australia.
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