Sorry Announce 2022 North American Headline Tour

Sorry Announce 2022 North American Headline Tour

North London’s Sorry have announced their first ever 2022 North America Headline Tour, with stops at Brooklyn’s Elsewhere Zone 1 on November 9 and in Los Angeles at Zebulon on December 2.

The tour begins a month after the release of Sorry’s recently announced sophomore album Anywhere But Here, which is out on October 7 via Domino. Anywhere But Here includes previously released “There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved,” described by The New York Times as "a celebration of communal human longing — a feeling to be cherished” and “Let The Lights On,” which was named Pitchfork’s Best New Track and called one Stereogum’s "favorite songs of the year. It’s an ecstatic but downtrodden song about trying to find transcendence in a dark room."

See Sorry live in 2022: 
Jul 30 | All Together Now Festival, Portlaw 
Aug 13 | Sur Le Lac Festival, Eggersriet
Oct 13 | Urban Spree, Berlin
Oct 14 | EKKO, Amsterdam
Oct 15 | Pop Up, Paris
Oct 25 | Chalk, Brighton
Oct 26 | Metronome, Nottingham
Oct 27 | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Oct 28 | Stereo, Glasgow
Oct 29 | Academy 2, Dublin
Oct 31 | Fleece, Bristol
Nov 1 | White Hotel, Manchester
Nov 2 | Electric Brixton, London
Nov 8 | Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA
Nov 9 | Elsewhere Zone 1, Brooklyn, NY
Nov 11 | DC9, Washington, DC
Nov 12 | Local 506, Durham, NC
Nov 14 | Aisle 5, Atlanta, GA
Nov 18 | Mahall’s, Cleveland, OH
Nov 19 | Ace Of Cups, Columbus, OH
Nov 20 | The Garrison, Toronto, ON
Nov 22 | Empty Bottle, Chicago, IL
Nov 23 | 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, MN
Nov 27 | Wise Hall, Vancouver, BC
Nov 28 | Barboza, Seattle, WA
Nov 29 | Doug Fir, Portland, OR
Dec 1 | Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA
Dec 2 | Zebulon, Los Angeles, CA

Sorry Anywhere But Here

Album | 7th October 2022

London once again features as a prominent character on Sorry’s second studio album, Anywhere But Here. ’If our first version of London in 925 was innocent and fresh-faced, then this is rougher around the edges. It's a much more haggard place,’ Louis says. Earwigged conversations, text messages, snatched speech recorded underground; the city’s discarded words fed into the lyrics which map the experience of urban life on a young and frustrated generation. Produced alongside Portishead’s Adrian Utley in Bristol, the result is an angular, acerbic, bittersweet triumph.

Tracklisting

  • 1Let The Lights On
  • 2Tell Me
  • 3Key To The City
  • 4Willow Tree
  • 5There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved
  • 6I Miss The Fool
  • 7Step
  • 8Closer
  • 9Baltimore
  • 10Hem of the Fray
  • 11Quit While You’re Ahead
  • 12Screaming In The Rain
  • 13Again

Sorry Anywhere But Here

Album | 7th October 2022

London once again features as a prominent character on Sorry’s second studio album, Anywhere But Here. ’If our first version of London in 925 was innocent and fresh-faced, then this is rougher around the edges. It's a much more haggard place,’ Louis says. Earwigged conversations, text messages, snatched speech recorded underground; the city’s discarded words fed into the lyrics which map the experience of urban life on a young and frustrated generation. Produced alongside Portishead’s Adrian Utley in Bristol, the result is an angular, acerbic, bittersweet triumph.

Tracklisting

  • 1Let The Lights On
  • 2Tell Me
  • 3Key To The City
  • 4Willow Tree
  • 5There’s So Many People That Want To Be Loved
  • 6I Miss The Fool
  • 7Step
  • 8Closer
  • 9Baltimore
  • 10Hem of the Fray
  • 11Quit While You’re Ahead
  • 12Screaming In The Rain
  • 13Again
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Live Dates

Monday 10th October

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Rough Trade East, London, UK

Thursday 13th October

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Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany

Friday 14th October

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Ekko, Utrecht, Netherlands

Saturday 15th October

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Le Pop-Up du Label, Paris, France

Tuesday 25th October

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Patterns, Brighton, UK

Wednesday 26th October

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Metronome, Nottingham, UK

Friday 28th October

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Stereo, Glasgow, UK

Saturday 29th October

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Academy 2, Dublin, Ireland

Monday 31st October

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The Fleece, Bristol, UK

Tuesday 1st November

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The White Hotel, Manchester, UK