Ahead of the release of their brand new album ‘You’re Not As ____ As You Think’ on Friday, pop punk aficionados Sorority Noise have shared a brand new track.
‘Disappeared’ is less than three minutes of fuzzy, bombastic riffs and percussion, but underneath the powerhouse melodies there’s something dark lurking underneath. Cameron Boucher sings about the hole that’s left behind when somebody tragically takes their own life, and the toll that can take on those left behind. However, he also focuses on rejuvenation after that period of grief: “I let my hair down today, and I took a shower for the first time in what felt like weeks”.
Sorority Noise will also be playing three dates at this year’s Slam Dunk Fest. On 27th May they’ll be in Birmingham before heading off to Leeds and Hertfordshire in the following days.
Listen to ‘Disappeared’ below.
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