Singer-songwriter Angela Soffe’s latest album, "Second Wind" is the result of a darkness-into-light narrative, and marks a brave return to music. The weighty topics here are exquisitely offset by soothing musicality, an amalgam of folk, pop, and bluegrass with touches of new age and classical music. Throughout the album, Angela’s voice exudes a sweet emotional grace at the intersection of defiance, wonderment, longing, and vulnerability. Highlights on this soulful journey of an album include “Rocks,” “Freedom,” and “Second Wind.” The album was produced by Seattle-based producer Andy Park whose credits include Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, among many others.
Angela is a galvanizing speaker, and soulfully rousing musical artist, sharing an uplifting story of recovery after psychological confinement. Her platform is one of female empowerment, and establishing healthy mental health habits to create a life of purpose and joy.
Her latest album documents the many stages of an awakening, including the difficult consequences of making brave life changes. The weighty topics are exquisitely offset by soothing musicality—an amalgam of folk, bluegrass, and touches of new age and classical music. The album sits nicely alongside works by Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch, Natalie Merchant, Mat Kearney, and Ben Rector.
Her new album will be released April 2018.