Guitar Virtuoso SOPHIE LLOYD Unleashes Debut Album, Watch Official Video For “Judge And Jury”

Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr +

In a resounding entrance to the music scene, British guitar prodigy Sophie Lloyd has just released her much-anticipated debut album, aptly titled “Imposter Syndrome.” The record showcases Lloyd‘s talent as a guitar virtuoso, collaborating with some of rock’s heavyweights and personal heroes, creating a diverse and compelling collection that spans various genres within the rock and metal sphere. “Imposter Syndrome” is now available for listening, courtesy of her own label, Autumn Records.

To commemorate this milestone, Lloyd has treated fans to a visual feast with the release of a music video for the album’s closing track, “Judge And Jury.” The video features the distinct vocals of Tyler Connolly from Theory of A Deadman, adding an extra layer of dynamism to an already electric collaboration.

Reflecting on the process of creating the song Lloyd revealed, “‘Judge And Jury’ was the first song we finished for the album and the first video we shot. I love this song because I got to use the sustainiac pickup to create some atmospheric noises and it pushed me out of the box with writing solos that incorporate harmonic minor and diminished runs. Hearing Tyler on one of my tracks was so surreal as Theory of A Deadman were the soundtrack to my school days! I love Tyler‘s unique storytelling ability, and he definitely brought that in this song.”

Tyler Connolly shared his excitement about the collaboration, saying, “When I got the music from Sophie, I got super excited and immediately had the idea for the song. I can’t wait for people to hear our song!”

Sophie Lloyd“Judge And Jury”

The music video for “Judge And Jury” adds an intriguing dimension to the album’s visual representation. Sophie Lloyd explained, “The video was so fun to film and it was different as it was more storyline-based. We got some fans involved, and it was actually filmed in one of the most haunted locations in the U.K. — The National Justice Museum, where I went ghost hunting just a year before! I really hope everyone enjoys this music video and loves the whole album!”

“Judge And Jury” joins an impressive lineup of previously released singles and collaborations, such as “Fall Of Man” featuring Trivium‘s Matt Heafy, “Do Or Die” featuring Nathan James, “Lost” featuring Cole Rolland, “Runaway” featuring Steel Panther‘s Michael Starr, “Hanging On” featuring Lauren Babic, and the title track “Imposter Syndrome” featuring Halestorm‘s Lzzy Hale.


Comments are closed.

error: This content is copyrighted!