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Sorry have a brand new track ‘Starstruck’ and a pixel-filled new video to boot

Want more? They’ve also announced a new headline show at London’s Dingwalls
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Published: 9:38 pm, November 05, 2018Words: Jamie Muir.
Sorry have a brand new track ‘Starstruck’ and a pixel-filled new video to boot

Never ones to tease us with a little snippet of news, Sorry have unveiled a beguiling new track - complete with an accompanying video and news of a fresh headline show.

‘Starstruck’ has all the magic you’ve come to know from the Londoners, grooving and twisting with an off-kilter pop charm that has you hooked from the first play. Not too shabby indeed.

The video is equally as mesmerising, full of pixelated moves across bedrooms and disco clubs, and co-directed by the band’s Asha Lorenz and frequent collaborator Flo Webb. Talking to The Fader, Asha describes it as our “homemade ode to saucy old pop videos.”

Following on from a run of cracking tracks and mixtapes, Sorry will wrap out the year with a big run supporting Shame on their UK headline tour, before the band return in the New Year with their own top-billing night at London’s Dingwalls on March 28th.

Check out ‘Starstruck’ below, along with their full run of upcoming shows

Sorry are set to play:

NOVEMBER

22 MANCHESTER O2 Ritz (supporting Shame)

23 NEWCASTLE University (supporting Shame)

24 GLASGOW SWG3 (supporting Shame)

26 NORWICH Waterfront (supporting Shame)

27 OXFORD O2 Academy (supporting Shame)

28 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute (supporting Shame)

30 LONDON O2 Kentish Town Forum (supporting Shame)

MARCH

28 LONDON Dingwalls

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