I later heard her briefly share her story before performing her music, and I was hooked. Her voice was so deep and real. Her storytelling honest and vulnerable. And her story itself – of the agonizing soul searching and leaving her Mormon upbringing – was incredibly compelling.
I know you’ll find her wisdom, courage, and music as profound and haunting as I do.
- How being raised in an observant Mormon family in the Philippines impacted her life
- The “moment of reckoning” when she began to consider that all she believed may not be true
- The darkness and despair of leaving family and faith – and how she moved through it
- Music as an outlet for healing and self-discovery in her life
- Her marriage, and how it nearly collapsed with her belief system
- Exploring spirituality, faith, and friendship outside of religion
- Sobbing and Songwriting
www.angelasoffe.com (You can get a free download of the song “ROCKS.” When you enter your email address, you’ll be sent a free download code)
Music video for Rocks (one of my FAVORITES from her album — “So judge me, cast me your stones. I will lay them back at your feet. We like to throw rocks at the people who don’t see the world in the way we do. I don’t why we all stand in a circle and point a finger or two…”)
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