Taking no prisoners on their return, Sorority Noise have created an emotional powerhouse.
Taking no prisoners on their return, Sorority Noise have created an emotional powerhouse. Starting with slight urgency, frontman Cameron Boucher's voice comes in like an old friend.
It’s the chorus that holds the force, though, with every instrument slamming in at once with an unparalleled power. Yet somehow the lyrics and vocals one-up them. Boucher finds all his strength to sing words that emotionally cripple: “I didn’t show up to your funeral, but I showed up to your house, I didn’t move a muscle I was as quiet as a mouse, and I swore I saw you in there but I was looking at myself”.
As the song gains momentum into an unstoppable force, it becomes more and more chaotic until it stops dead. This will be a big year for Sorority Noise if the rest of their upcoming album ‘You’re Not As ____ As You Think’ continues this trend. Steven Loftin