Honey is the first single from Million Miles’ sophomore EP. Million Miles, is the project of French soul-singer Sophie Baudry who previously released “Ice Cream & Cigarettes” which shot to the top of Spotify’s US Viral Chart and has found great success at College Radio as well as Non-Com / AAA stations. Following the success of her first single Culture Collide premiered the video of “Your Mama”, saying “It’s so beautifully simple highlighting some of those Nashville influences Sophie no doubt drew from in her time spent there. The track itself is backed by a soft acoustic guitar but it’s Sophie’s voice that shines through the aged picture. Hit play and enjoy a warm hug to the eyes and ears.”
Billboard premiered another sensational track from the album, “Can’t Get Around A Broken Heart,” noting, “The video manages to evoke her characteristic mix of blues and pop, with the recurring contrast of an idyllic afternoon outside with more melancholy visuals.” “Million Miles’ gentle, easy vibes and the video’s vibrant quality offer a light-handed guide around the tough spot at the song’s core.”
Following the success of Berry Hill her debut EP, which now has over 2.5 Million streams, Million Miles supported the likes of Justin Townes Earle and embarked on a US tour playing Communion Club Night at Rockwood Music Hall, NY, Five Spot in Nashville as well as a headline show at The Lodge Room in LA.
Sophie Baudry was raised in Paris and lives in London but was trained at Boston’s famed Berklee College of Music. After returning to London, Baudry kept feeling the pull towards American Soul music- specifically the evocative voices of Ray Charles and Bill Withers. Baudry has a similar signature voice, one that’s amiable and full of melancholy all at once. So she set off for the U.S. to look for inspiration and to write and record in Nashville, TN. After a chance meeting, she headed in to the studio with songwriter/ producers Robin Eaton and Paul Ebersold.
“The Paris-raised, Berklee College of Music trained musician — born Sophie Baudry — has a distinct sound that incorporates elements of multiple genres at a time … gently, easy vibes” – Billboard
“Baudry possesses a warm and enveloping voice ideally suited for soul music … serious vocal chops, paired with a minimalist arrangement that puts the voice front and center as good soul ballads do.” – Popmatters