Sophie Auster is an American singer/songwriter and actress.
When Auster made her debut record, she was sixteen years old. Tristan Tzara, Paul Eluard, Robert Desnos, Philippe Soupault, and Guillaume Apollinaire's literary lines were turned into songs by Hearst and Camp using her writer father, Paul Austerearly ,'s translations of French Surrealist writers and two original lyrics penned by Auster herself.
Auster first worked on the project as a side endeavor after school and on weekends. Although it was never meant for widespread distribution, a family friend who heard the album was so moved by it that she offered to have it released on the French company Nave Records.
The album spread fast from France to other European nations and beyond. Sophie Auster is the name of her subsequent self-titled album.
Her self-produced E.P., "Red Weather", was released November 13, 2012, through Lost Colony Music. Auster's full-length LP, Dogs and Men, was released in June 2015 via Sony Red.
Sophie Auster releases her last full length album, Next Time, in 2019. The lead single, "Mexico", off Next Time will be featured in the upcoming John Turturro film The Jesus Rolls. It is scheduled to be released on February 28, 2020.
Jessie Auster's EP "History Happens at Night" was released in November 2019.
Auster worked with Brooklyn based producer Daniel Schlett on the album. She is currently working on new music in New York City. The video for the single "If I Could" features Jari Jones and Basit Shittu.
Sophie Auster's net worth is currently estimated at $1.9 million.
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Sophie Auster is married to Spencer Ostrander.
Sophie Auster with her husband
Sophie Auster with her mother
Siblings: Sophie Auster has a brother named Daniel Auster.
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Sophie Auster when she was little