February 17, 2024


I’ve loved the fourth track on the Small Black record, Limits of Desire ever since the album was released over a decade ago. It was a clear standout, a highly stylized, dreamy ode to a woman who could probably be described as a free spirit.” The song is based on a real person. As is revealed in the anniversary reissue of Limits of Desire, Sophie” can perhaps be even better understood as the spiritual successor to Somebody’s Baby,” the Jackson Browne track that anchored Fast Times At Ridgemont High.

Small Black - Sophie (live)

Small Black is just wrapping up a tour for the tenth anniversary of Limits Of Desire.


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