South London-based band Sorry has been storming their way in the scene, racking up praises beyond praises from the press…and rightfully so. Packed with attitude, their hazy and off-set approach to fusing indie, pop and post-punk has practically created a category on to themselves. With their latest single ‘Lies’, the band have presented a staggering style of rock that is punchy and utterly bold, as singer Asha Lorenz uses her eerie vocal lays to lead striking guitar riffs and pounding drums. Read more […]
Over the past two years Lancashire duo Aquilo have amazed music critics and fans alike with a stream of singles and EPs, landing them attention from BBC Introducing. The group have now announced the release of their debut album ‘Silhouettes’, which is scheduled to land on the 27th of January, 2017. Their song ‘Sorry’, which was first shared via a live acoustic performance video, have now been revamped and will also be featured on the upcoming LP. Incorporating illustrious production behind the heart-pulling track, Aquilo have shared the album version via YouTube which you can preview below.
Aquilo treat fans to a live video performance of an unheard track titled ‘Sorry’. Filmed at Lightship95 in London, the low-key setting features Tom Higham on vocals and Ben Fletcher on piano. The song will be featured on Aquilo’s forthcoming debut album dropping this year via Island Records. You can watch the video down below. Read more […]
Seinabo Sey’s album ‘Pretend’ was an incredible debut release from one of Stockholm’s most powerful vocalists of today. Now set to release a remix EP of her song ‘Sorry’, Germany’s Junge Junge step up with their version of the cut, revolving around a seductive deep house delivery. Weaving in pieces of Sey’s vocals amidst echoing effects, the remix package will also include reworks by Le Bouef and MagnusTheMagnus.
It can be heartbreaking when someone sends apologies saying that they don’t love you. That would be the case for London singer Sody’s latest track ‘Sorry’. We’re not quite sure who she is directing the song at in particular but unfortunately for that person, we’re enjoying the tune at his expense. The massive pop cut is big in sound with Sody’s vocals definitely cutting through any noise. Again, we have to thank the person who is getting this verbal lashing because the result is a great single Read more […]