SORRY – ” There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved “

Posted: August 7, 2022 in MUSIC

Sorry are currently on tour across North America opening for Sleaford Mods. Get down early enough and catch them performing their new song, written about the ways we all become clichés the moment we feel even the slightest bit alone.

North London’s Sorry have shared new single “There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved” – a thrilling first taste of a new body of work slated for release later this year. The exciting return of Sorry comes with a video, directed by Sorry’s Asha Lorenz and frequent collaborator Flo Webb and produced by Asia Amad.  

Lorenz on the new track: “’There’s So Many People…’ is supposed to be a bit of a sad-funny love song! When we’re out of love we can feel detached and think ‘oh we’ll never be in love again… cry, cry’ but also try and laugh a bit… It’s easy to laugh or think you’ll never be That person then the next moment you can feel like the loneliest person in the world.” 

“There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved” is the first taste of new music to emerge from Sorry since the “Twixtustwain” EP arrived in February 2021, alongside the official digital release of their 2017 mixtapes Home Demo/ns Vol I. and Home Demo/ns Vol. II. The single will be pressed as a limited 7” with “15’4” featured as the B-side.  

Comprised of best friends and co-conspirators Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, joined by drummer Lincoln Barrett, multi-instrumentalist Campbell Baum, and Marco Pini on electronics, Sorry rose from a thriving scene of bands in London; unveiling a series of mixtapes, sporadic singles and generally experimenting with the disparate tastes and sounds that would eventually give their March 2020 debut album “925” its distinctively modern and apocalyptic sound. 

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