Sans Soucis (she/they) makes music that invigorates the soul. Born out of a desire to reconnect with the uninhibited joyfulness and authenticity of childhood that all of us lose as we grow older, their music is a radical act of reclamation. Free from the constraints of genre and with a wide gamut of sonic touchstones – from the effervescent electronics of Little Dragon, Solange Knowles’s alt-R&B, the emotional edge of Joni Mitchell and the robust pop melodies of Rihanna – Sans Soucis’s world is one overflowing with vibrant musical textures pertinent lyrics and refreshing dose of hopefulness.
By definition Sans Soucis means “without worry”. It’s why the name felt right for Congolese-Italian singer, songwriter and producer, Giulia Grispino. That and her grandmother used to call her that when she was a child. “I had this fond memory of my grandma calling me Sans Soucis,” they say.