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British indie rockers Sorry have formally announced their debut album. Titled 925, it’s due out March 27th through Domino.
The forthcoming effort was produced by James Dring (Gorillaz, Nilüfer Yanya) alongside the group’s two main members, Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen. According to a press statement, its 13 tracks were inspired by “everything from Hermann Hesse to Aphex Twin and old-school crooner Tony Bennett.”
925 has been previewed thus far with multiple singles, including November’s “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star”. Sorry are now sharing a tune called “More”. Here, their anxious yearnings are aptly soundtracked by bouncy, fidgeting rhythms and sharp guitars. Check it out below via its music video.
(Read: The Top 100 Songs of the 2010s)
01. Right Round The Clock
02. In Unison
07. As The Sun Sets
09. Rock ‘n’Roll Star
12. Ode To Boy
13. Lies (Refix)
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