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Sorry announce debut album, share voracious new single “More”

The London duo have also announced their first ever North American shows in support of the record.

January 23, 2020
Sorry announce debut album, share voracious new single “More” Sam Hiscox

As Sorry, Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen make music that teeters on the edge of total composure and unfettered mayhem. The duo have been stirring up excitement over in London for the past few years with a string of one-off singles, and this spring, they're putting out their formal debut album. It's called 925, and it's due out March 27 via Domino. The record was co-produced by James Dring (Gorillaz, Nilüfer Yanya).

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The announcement arrives with a new track from the project, a voracious and impatient headbanger called "More." "All the blood goes to my stomach, I might stumble, I might vomit," Lorenz and O’Bryen whine atop carnal drum work from Lincoln Barrett. The track is accompanied by a visual directed by Lorenz herself, alongside Jasper Cable-Alexander. Watch it, and peep Sorry's forthcoming tour dates (including their first North American gigs), below.

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Sorry 2020 Tour Dates
02/04 - Leicester, UK @ The Cookie Ltd
02/05 - Cambridge, UK @ The Portland Arms
02/06 - Bedford, UK @ Esquires
02/08 - Liverpool, UK @ EBGB's
02/09 - Edinburgh, UK @ Sneaky Pete's
02/11 - York, UK @ The Fulford Arms
02/12 - Hebden Bridge, UK @ The Trades Club
02/14 - Bath, UK @ Moles
02/15 - Oxford, UK @ The Jericho Tavern
02/16 - Reading, UK @ Face Bar
02/17 - Brussels, BE @ Witloof Bar
02/18 - Paris, FR @ Supersonic
02/19 - Luxembourg, LU @ Rotondes Klub
02/21 - Berlin, DE @ ACUD *
03/12 - New York, NY @ Union Pool
03/16 - Los Angeles, CA Moroccan Lounge
03/17-21 - Austin, TX @ SXSW Festival
05/07 - London, UK @ Village Underground

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Sorry announce debut album, share voracious new single “More”