SORRY – ” Anywhere But Here “

Posted: July 14, 2022 in MUSIC

North London’s Sorry have today announced their hugely-anticipated second album “Anywhere But Here” due out October 7th on Domino Recordings. Sorry have also shared their brand new single “Let The Lights On” taken from the record.  

Sorry’s universally-acclaimed debut album “925″ earned a string of near-perfect review scores, A-List national radio play listings and global media profiles upon its release in March 2020. “Anywhere But Here” is the band’s first full body of work since the “Twixtustwain” EP arrived last year, alongside the official digital release of their brace of 2017 mixtapes Home Demo/ns Vol I. and Home Demo/ns Vol. II.   

Commenting on new single “Let The Lights On”, which was produced by Charlie Andrew and is accompanied by a MILTON & FLASHA directed video,

Sorry say: “It’s a fun love song for the club. A bittersweet track for us. It kinda touches on how you want to be honest and say things directly, but in the end that can also ruin them. If you’ve got a light don’t let it go out… sometimes you have to leave things behind but it’s hard to do. We tried to make it a bit ironic by saying things very plainly and direct. It’s the last song we wrote from the album and came out of us trying to find something more upbeat for the album. It started off as a dancey song with driving bass and drums and became more poppy when we played it with the band and recorded it.”

26th October Metronome, Nottingham, Produced alongside Portishead’s Adrian Utley in Bristol, the result is an angular, acerbic, bittersweet triumph.

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