Listen: Sorry share ‘Home Demo(ns)’ mixtape

Sorry share ‘Home Demo(ns)’ mixtape

The London quartet (fka FISH) are streaming their debut 13-track collection now.

London four-piece Sorry (fka FISH) are one of a number of bands sprouting up from South London that we’re very excited about right now. They played alongside The Big Moon on our Great Escape stage in Brighton back in May, and have now shared their debut mixtape.

‘Home Demo(ns)’ is a rough, 13-track collection, uploaded to YouTube with little fanfare. It fits in with the gritty DIY aesthetic the band have brought forward with their scrappy early singles and famed live shows.

Talking to The FADER about the new mix, the band call ‘Home Demo(ns)’ “a collection of fibs and fables, thoughts and opinions. Parables and problemos. Personal and public.”

The release of the mixtape is joined by the beginning of the band’s own club night Demon(stration), which will take place at Corsica Studios on December 5th, which the band will headline. Busy bees as ever, they’re also setting up Demo(nsplayer), a new radio show on London’s digital station Balamii.

The band are set to support The Big Moon at London’s KOKO on Friday (20th October). Listen to ‘Home Demo(ns)’ below.

Photo: Sarah Doone / DIY

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