Listening Post

Sorry’s official debut single is a nightmarish take on The Prodigy’s ‘Smack My Bitch Up’ video

But with flat lager, chip fights and Monster Munch

North London outfit Sorry used to be called FISH. They also used to play Jimi Hendrix and John Newman (what’s happened to him?) covers in their band when they first met at secondary school.

However, things have come a long way from those days.

In fact, following the release of a visual mixtape (‘Home Demo/ns Vol 1’) that showed off their array of lo-fi skills, they’ve just announced that they’ve signed a deal with Domino Records and shared their (official) debut single.

The witchy track is called ‘Wished’ and arrives with this lo-fi head-cam video. If you like that – maybe read our feature with the band from a couple of months back.

Currently on tour with Childhood, they’re playing a headline show at London’s Corsica Studios on 5 December.

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