Sophie Axon died at the age of 34
Scottish music producer Sophie Axon (died 34) died in a climbing accident. Announced the record label Transjective on its website on Saturday.
Saturday during the climbing tour
The website stated, “She had climbed to see the full moon, true to her spirituality, and accidentally slipped and fell.” According to the Guardian, the accident took place in Athens early Saturday, where the 34-year-old artist lived.
The music producer, mostly known simply as Sophie, was known for her intense electro-pop creations. He was nominated for a Grammy Award for his album “All of Her Pearl’s Un-Insights”, which was released in 2018. According to the Guardian, Sophie’s management praised her as “a pioneer of a new sound” and “one of the most influential artists of the past decade”.
Compared to “Metro”, the team behind Sophie insisted that she was a “symbol of liberation”, which was celebrated by her fans not only for her songs, but also for her openness to her sexuality. The singer publicly stood by her transgender identity.
In a 2018 interview, the trans woman spoke to the “paper”: “It means there is no longer any expectation based on the body of who was born or how life develops and how it should end.”
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