Sorry have shared their new single Screaming In The Rain Again, a brand new recording of the fan favourite which features on their second album.
The release comes ahead of a string of festival dates including Manchester Psych Fest in September.
Screaming In The Rain Again first appeared on the band’s 2022 album Anywhere But Here, but has now spawned a new version. As the band explain, “We wanted to make a version that was harder, stronger, faster. We felt we could show a different side to the version that is on the album, one with more passion.”
Composed of best friends Asha and Louis, joined by drummer Lincoln Barrett, multi-instrumentalist Campbell Baum, and Marco Pini on electronics, Sorry have been making music together since their teens. They emerged from Brixton’s Windmill scene where they played alongside the likes of Goat Girl, Sham and Black Midi, drawing on lo-fi, grunge, trap and shoegaze influences.
Anywhere But Here followed Sorry’s 2020 critically acclaimed debut 925. The album landed in a huge array of Album Of The Year lists at the end of 2022. Anywhere But Here was largely produced by the band’s Louis O’Bryen and Asha Lorenz, and Ali Chant along with Portishead’s Adrian Utley in Bristol, while Charlie Andrew co-produced singles Key To The City and Let The Lights On with Louis and Asha.
When do Sorry perform at Manchester Psych Fest?
Sorry perform at Manchester Psych Fest on 2 September 2023.
image of Sorry courtesy Peter Eason-Daniels