Sofi Bonde is a Swedish pop-rock singer, songwriter and actress.
Sofi was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, moving to Stockholm at the age of eight. She gravitated towards music early in her life, inspired by her father's interest in classical and dixie-land jazz piano.
At seventeen, Sofi left Stockholm to explore the world outside Sweden. She moved to Paris and began working on her first demo. While back in Sweden for a visit, a chance meeting with guitarist Micke Nord of Roxette at a party resulted in a recording contract.
Sofi's debut album One was released in 2000 by Universal/Independent. It contained the hit songs "Back in Your Arms", "Hey Boy" produced by Steve Mac, and "Little Things."
In 2006, Sofi released Fighting Gravity on Subatomic Records. It features the songs "Fallout" and "Thing For You", which have appeared on the MTV show The Hills and USA's "Covert Affairs".
Her music has been heard on many television and movie releases including MTV's "The Hills", "The City", CW's "Melrose Place", and feature film "When In Rome" starring Kristen Bell.