Watch Sorry return with ‘Starstruck’

Sorry return with ‘Starstruck’

The band are touring with Shame this month, and have a London headline show plotted for 2019.

Sorry are off on a UK tour in support of Shame this month, and have shared a new song in advance of the run of dates.

‘Starstruck’ comes complete with a seedy, pixelated video, and it’s the band’s most fully-formed song to date, with chunky guitars and buoyant, poppy percussion backing Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen’s sardonic dual vocals.

The band’s tour with Shame starts on 22nd November at The Ritz in Manchester, and finishes with a huge hometown show in London for the pair, at the Forum on the 30th, which also features Irish hopefuls Fontaines DC.

The band have also announced a new headline show - they’ll play London’s Dingwalls next March.

View the dates and watch the ‘Starstruck’ below.

NOVEMBER
22 Manchester, O2 Ritz
23 Newcastle, Newcastle University
24 Glasgow, O2 ABC
26 Norwich, Waterfront
27 Oxford, O2 Academy
28 Birmingham, O2 Institute
30 London, Forum Kentish Town

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