Scottish musician Sophie Axon died at the age of 34

Scottish musician Sophie Axon died at the age of 34

Scottish music producer Sophie Exon has died at the age of 34. Management confirmed that British “The Guardian”. At around four in the morning, the singer died “after a sudden accident” at her home in Athens, Greece. The statement calls for respecting the privacy of the family. “We also ask our fans to treat the private nature of this message with your respect and sensitivity.”



Sophie Axon was a Scottish music producer, singer and DJan.


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Sophie Axon was a Scottish music producer, singer and DJan.

The statement said that Sophie Xeon was “the pioneer of a new sound” and one of the most influential artists of the past decade. Her British label Transactive Records also commented on the tragedy: “True to her spirituality, she climbed up to see the full moon and accidentally slipped and fell. She will always be with us”. Can be read on the website.

Sophie Zion was born in 1986 in Glasgow as Samuel Longoff. In 2013, she released her first single “Nothing More to Say”. For her album “Every pearl’s un-insides oil” (2018) The composer was also nominated for a Grammy in the “Best Dance / Electronic Albums” category. Zion also worked with legendary composers such as Madonna (62) and wrote her single “Bitch I’m Madonna” in 2015. Sophie Xeon confessed to being a trans woman a few years ago. She lived in Athens with her partner since 2019.

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