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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Allow Us To Introduce Ya'll To Britsh Badasses, Sorry, And Their Pulsating Stellar Punk Tune "More"!

Allow us to introduce yall to thee electrifying and dynamic U.K. group, Sorry. Exploding onto thee musical realms in 2018,  in this new decade, Sorry have now unleashed a saucy headbanging moody groovy tune entitled, "More".

Infused with the grandest seasonings of nu-post punk and experimental emo-soul rock n' roll. "More", has all the right rough, and tough tumble needed to execute an impeccable alternative rock song.

Thee in your face jam, is off their upcoming debut album titled "925" expected to unleash on March 27th with the help of Domino records. Thee lyrical thesis pretty much sums up the angsty wonderland of it all. "Don't give me too much, too much, too much / Just give me enough,"  Singer Asha Lorenz's rowdy enigmatic tone sets up the theme for this grungy punk affair.

Guitar distortions and a beautiful chorus with an undeniable catchy hook, the UK duo Sorry have both members Asha and Louis O’Bryen in the illuminating threads of an indulgent libertine lifestyle. Perfect for our like-minded minds utopia here on our pages. Which we've manifested in our community for the last 15 years now.

Sorry, will be traveling to our neck of the woods of Los Angeles strutting their best sonics at the  Moroccan Lounge (known to locals as The One-Eyed Gypsy) on March 16th! With additional gigs in NYC at Union Pool on March 12th. Along with future UK and European dates. Dig out the rest of the deets on touring, release dates, etc below.

Without further ado. Get into thee "Sorry" groove with ItsNotYouItsMe latest hit parade. Thee yummy and delectable far-out song "More"!

Gig 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
03/17-03/21 – Austin, TX @ SXSW Festival
05/07 – London, UK @ Village Underground


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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Masters Of Music, The Strokes Unleash A Far-out New Seventies Inspired Music Video ‘Bad Decisions’!

The Strokes strutted their best moves at a Bernie Sanders rally in New Hampshire just this past week. Frontman hottie mctoddie Julian Casablancas got himself into a little controversial limelight when he chose to sing the band's timeless classic tune “New York City Cops” all while next to a live police officer. If you know anything about the track, you know it's not thee most flattering of songs, lyrically speaking.

They also took advantage of their national spotlight to unleash new singles from their upcoming record, The New Abnormal.

“Bad Decisions,” is a monster groovy upbeat mid-tempo jam that has The Strokes at their finest. Sonically and melodically it's enchanting in all it's 80s nostalgic synth-pop vibrations.

Directed by artist Andrew Donoho the stellar tunes video aesthetics find thee boys, in their best Seventies portrayal. The boys star in their own infomercial-esque TV spot. Thee enthralling parody features beautiful disasters, Clones, and some sleek costume and set designs.

"The New Abnormal", is the group's 6th studio album, slated for an April 10th release courtesy of their label Cult and RCA. Rick Rubin helmed the production. Jean-Michel Basquiat's "Bird on Money" is thee superb cover artwork.

Without further ado. Let's get into The Strokes groove with their official return on the oh-so-yummy, instant classic number, ‘Bad Decisions’!

The "New Abnormal" tracklist!

1. The Adults Are Talking
2. Selfless
3. Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus
4. Bad Decisions
5. Eternal Summer
6. At the Door
7. Why Are Sundays So Depressing
8. Not the Same Anymore
9. Ode to the Mets

Scope out their bonus new track “At the Door”, right below!

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