The Scottish singer, who enjoyed great fame, was nominated for a Grammy and was considered an avant-garde artist
Singer Sophie Xeon, 34, died in a terrible accident at her home in Athens.
The Scottish singer, who enjoyed great fame, was nominated for a Grammy and was considered an avant-garde artist, died at the age of 34. The management of Sophie Xeon confirmed for the “Guardian” that the singer died around four in the morning in her home in Athens after the accident.
The singer, who was described as a pioneer of the new sound and the biggest avant-garde of the music scene in the past decade, was also known for being transgender and she spoke openly about it.
- Transgender means a greater alignment of your body with the soul and spirit so that they do not collide with each other but complement each other. This means that you are neither a father nor a mother, but an individual who sees and feels the world – she said in an interview.
Sophie, by the way, insisted on deviating from the use of pronouns when talking about artists.
- In keeping with her spirituality, which she always emphasized, Sophie wanted to climb to observe the full moon. She accidentally slipped and fell. She will always be with us – her management said.