London DIY outfit Sorority have unveiled their first release of 2021, the apocalyptic-pop cut ‘That Feeling’s Gone’.
It’s a joyous, hectic little gem fuelled by wonky guitar lines and gloriously funky rhythm; and a testament to Sorority’s refusal to be defined by a single sound. Frontman Max says: “It’s a love song about the unique pleasures of an unstable relationship.
It was the last song recorded in our old home studio and the last nail in the coffin of our relationship with our neighbours.”
At a time of such bleakness and uncertainty, Sorority have crafted a much needed uplifting boost; if their future releases are to sound anything like this one, being their neighbours wouldn’t be a bad thing.