Lovers rock singer Sophia Brown continues her comeback with the Valentine’s Day release of Baby When You Left, a ballad she co-produced with veteran musician Sidney Mills.
The song recalls a sound that emerged in the United Kingdom during the late 1970’s.
“I am a very big fan of lover’s rock whether it is now and then because that is the style of music I am good at singing and I won many awards internationally for,” said Brown. “Lover’s rock is very popular and familiar when it comes to feel-good music.”
Baby When You Left is Brown’s latest single since getting back in the groove two years ago. She suffered serious injuries after being involved in a major auto accident in Baltimore, Maryland in July, 2017.
For Baby When You Left, she recruited Mills, who recorded and toured as a keyboardist with Steel Pulse for many years. He played on Brown’s first album, The Spotlight, released in 2009.
“I am very comfortable working with him because he leaves you to have your creative space and if he sees room for improvement he will step in and give you the constructive criticism that makes you want to do better creatively, so I am very comfortable working with Mr. Mills,” she said.
Brown made her recording debut in 2007 with the song, Love You Pure. Other songs include Weak to You and Lovers Rock which were popular in the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut).
She says Baby When You Left is part of a wider project that hopefully will help complete her rehabilitation.
“Right now, I feel safe to say that music has my full attention and this EP is very important to me coming back fully to what I really love to do.”