Sorry release new single ‘Twinkle’ – watch the video now

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SORRY

Release New Song ‘Twinkle’
Watch / Listen here: http://smarturl.it/TwinkleVid

 

Sorry have today shared ‘Twinkle’, the b-side to the recently-released ‘Showgirl’. The two songs will be available via 7” on June 22nd, pre-order HERE.

WATCH VIDEO // STREAM ‘TWINKLE’ HERE

Sorry have been profiled by Stereogum, as a Band To Watch. Read the feature here.

“Their latest offerings, “Showgirl” and “Twinkle”, are some of their best songs yet. They play like two sides of the same coin, ominous drawls that sound like those last few hours of the party, when you’re too faded to leave but too tired to think.” – STEREOGUM

The band have already aired “2 Down 2 Dance” and Home Demo/ns Vol II – the second release from their visual mixtape series – in 2018. The “Showgirl / Twinkle” 7” is the third in a series of 7” releases from the band, following “Wished / Lies” and “2 Down 2 Dance / Harmless”.

Centred around Asha Lorenz & Louis O’Bryen, two 20 and 21-year-old childhood best friends, Sorry were signed by Domino after developing a reputation as the most visceral new band on London’s underground circuit. Joined by Lincoln Barrett (drums) and Campbell Baum (bass), the band have already toured with Sunflower Bean, Shame, Childhood, and PIXX, and have dates with (Sandy) Alex G in the UK over the coming months.

“A rock dirge with frequent grunge explosions built in, “Lies” is mostly sung in tandem by Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen of the London band Sorry. But against his dutiful deadpan, her voice moves upfront, delivering a perfectly bitter laugh as she observes, “I make lies like ‘We should be together.’” – NEW YORK TIMES (on “Lies”)

“A top-drawer shame spiral from a great new English alt-rock band.” – ROLLING STONE (on “Lies”)

“Unafraid to introduce abrasive electronic elements or riot grrl choruses to their early singles, the band sits alongside fellow new groups Goat Girl and Shame as an exciting raft of groups giving British indie kids something to get excited about.” – FADER

 

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