Soccer Mommy Previews New Album ‘Sometimes, Forever’ (Out 6/24) with “Shotgun”; On Tour Now


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Soccer Mommy (real name Sophia Regina Allison) dropped some news on Wednesday: Her third full-length album, Sometimes, Forever, will be released on June 24 via Loma Vista Recordings. It follows 2020’s Color Theory, which put the project on the map and attained significant buzz in the indie/rock circuit, thanks to the single “Circle the Drain.”

The record was produced by Daniel Lopatin of Oneohtrix Point Never, and its announcement was accompanied by the premiere of a music video for “Shotgun,” led by a steady bassline, jangly guitars and Allison’s voice:

“‘Shotgun’ is all about the joys of losing yourself in love,” said Allison of the track. “I wanted it to capture the little moments in a relationship that stick with you.”

Here’s how a news release characterizes the new album:

Inspired by the concept that neither sorrow nor happiness is permanent, Sometimes, Forever is a fresh peek into the mind of an artist who synthesizes everything — retro sounds, personal tumult, the relatable disorder of modern life — into original music that feels built to last a long time. Maybe even forever.

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The track listing:

1. Bones
2. With U
3. Unholy Affliction
4. Shotgun
5. newdemo
6. Darkness Forever
7. Don’t Ask Me
8. Fire In The Driveway
9. Following Eyes
10. Feel It All The Time
11. Still

Soccer Mommy is out on the road now in support of Color Theory, with more shows expected in the months ahead tied to the new record release.

Catch a show:

03/23/22 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live! ^
03/25/22 – Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony ^
03/26/22 – New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall ^
03/27/22 – Providence, RI @ Fete Music Hall ^
03/28/22 – Woodstock, NY @ Colony Woodstock ^
03/30/22 – Montreal, QC @ L’Astral ^
03/31/22 – Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre ^
04/01/22 – Detroit, MI @ The Eastern ^
04/02/22 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre ^
04/04/22 – Columbus, OH @ The Athenaeum ^
04/05/22 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall ^
04/07/22 – Bloomington, IN @ The Bluebird ^
04/08/22 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom ^
04/09/22 – Iowa City, IA @ Mission Creek Festival
04/10/22 – Lawrence, KS @ Granada Theater ^
4/30/22 – Memphis, TN @ Beale Street Music Festival
5/14/22 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Block Party
6/12/22 – New York, NY @ Governors Ball Festival
6/24/22 – Margate, UK @ Leisure Festival
06/28/22 – Dublin, Ireland @ Trinity College *
06/30/22 – Vilanova i la Geltru, Spain @ Vida Festival
8/12/22 – Seattle, WA @ Day In Day Out Festival
8/31/22 – Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
9/1/22 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk
9/3/22 – Bristol, UK @ Trinity
9/5/22 – Köln, DE @ Bumann & Sohn
9/6/22 – Hamburg, DE @ Molotow
9/8/22 – Stockholm, SE @ Slaktkyrkan
9/9/22 – Oslo, NO @ John Dee
9/10/22 – Copenhagen, DK @ Loppen
9/12/22 – Berlin, DE @ Frannz Club
9/13/22 – Bremen, DE @ Lagerhaus
9/15/22 – Amsterdam, NL @ Bitterzoet
9/16/22 – Nijmegen, NL @ Merleyn
9/17/22 – Brussels, BE – Rotonde @ Botanique
9/18/22 – Paris, FR @ Petit Bain
9/20/22 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz
9/21/22 – Cardiff, UK @ Tramshed
9/22/22 – London, UK @ O2 Forum
9/23/22 – Birmingham, UK @ The Castle & Falcon
9/24/22 – Glasgow, UK @ Queen Margaret Union
* with Haim
^ with Peel Dream Magazine



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