Known for their sleazy 90s skuz – which has been repped by the likes of Radio 6 – Sorry’s tracks are always deliciously brooding, consistantly hitting that sweet spot between sonicly satisfying and abrasive heaviness.
New one, ‘Right Round The Clock’, dropped today, sees the band adding a sultry touch to their otherwise sleazy sound. A subtle lounge saxophone and honey coated guitar sounds merge with sing song vocals to produce a late night croon that is sexy and cinematic.
The accompanying video visualises the smoky, midnight vibes of the track, featuring dive bars and messy pints, all shot in an alluring noir style. In turn, creating a world that is simultaneously striking and gritty.
If you like what you hear then make sure to check out Sorry’s debut album ‘925’ out this spring. It’s sure to bring more addictive guitar lines straight to your ear drums.
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