Sophia may be the creation of songwriter and guitarist Robin Proper-Sheppard, the mastermind at the rear of critically adored cult work the God Machine. Shaped with high-school close friends Jimmy Fernandez (bass) and Ron Austin (drums), the God Machine were in the brink of a significant discovery when Fernandez passed away in-may 1994 from an undetected human brain tumour. Proper-Sheppard and Austin made a decision to end the God Machine, instead of continue with an upgraded member. Rather than automatically developing another clothing, Proper-Sheppard opted to target primarily on obtaining his indie label, The Bloom Shop Recordings, ready to go and creating UK-based works, including Elevate. Nevertheless, Proper-Sheppard’s wish to record and perform his very own songs returned, leading to the forming of Sophia within the middle-90s. Sketching on alt-pop, folk, and also electro-rock, Proper-Sheppard utilized Sophia as an shop for low-key compositions that sounded nothing beats the shockingly noisy and intense materials performed with the God Machine. He released two Sophia albums during this time period, 1996’s Fixed Drinking water and 1998’s The Infinite Group (which noticed the artist joined up with primarily by various other Flower Shop documenting performers). A concert established, De Nachten, implemented in 2001. Shifting to the town Slang label, Sophia released their next studio room effort, FOLKS ARE Like Periods, in early 2004.