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Sorry – ‘Anywhere But Here’ review: unpredictability still reigns on more polished second effort

The follow-up to 2020's '925' sees the London band adding some accessibility to their chaotic curveballs

Sorry share poppy new single ‘Let The Lights On’ and tell us about new album ‘Anywhere But Here’

The band worked with Portishead’s Adrian Utley on their second album, due out in October via Domino

Sports Team think before they leap on wavy new track ‘Cool It Kid’

It's the latest preview of their upcoming second album, 'Gulp!'

Sorry share new bittersweet single, ‘There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved’

The band describe the new single as "a bit of a sad-funny love song"

New Margate festival LEISURE launched with Mitski, Nilufer Yanya, Sorry and more

The boutique event comes to the seaside town this summer

The Horrors lead 20 new additions to Wide Awake 2022 line-up

The south London festival will return in May

Metronomy on their collaborative EP’s cast of rising stars: “I never imagined it would be so good”

The impact of the last 18 months on our social and domestic lives has been well-documented: burnt banana bread, crap virtual parties and a...

End Of The Road Festival 2021 review: despite difficulties, this miracle event turns back the clock

The atmosphere at Larmer Treet Gardens is truly pandemic-defying

Sorry – ‘Twixtustwain’ EP review: shapeshifting London band ramp up the anxiety

Songwriters Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen have described this record as “claustrophobic” and “intense” – they're weren't kidding
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