Sorry

Wednesday 26 October 2022

7:00 pm : Main stage

Standing

14+ (under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)

Tickets

General admission: £14.00

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Who are Sorry? A gang of fools consisting of Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, Campbell Baum, Marco Pini and Lincoln Barrett. They have been making music together since their teens, have released one acclaimed album, a batch of singles and a series of videos co-directed by their songwriter and vocalist, Asha and her best friend Flo Webb (FLASHAProd). Emerging from Brixton’s Windmill scene, where they played alongside Shame, Goat Girl and Black Midi, Sorry have created their own distinctive musical world – one that draws together a shared passion for lo-fi sounds of grunge, trap, and shoegaze.

Having just returned from a US tour with Sleaford Mods, Louis recalls the band’s last aborted mission to the States. Sorry were due to play in New York just before the pandemic took hold to celebrate the launch of 925. After the opening show, the tour was cancelled. If New York was dystopian when they arrived, it became even more so in the days before they returned home. “It’s where every end of the world movie is set,” he says. “Overnight, we saw the streets go from being bustling and intense to walking around adesolate Manhattan. I had never experienced anything like that, it was completely new.” It is this newness that sits at the heart of Sorry’s songs –of what it means to be young and upended in the 2020s, with all the challenges and ingenuity that life in the metropolis brings.

Accessibility
Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

Ticket holders will be allocated seats on arrival. If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at [email protected]. Groups should book together and not seperately.

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Who are Sorry? A gang of fools consisting of Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, Campbell Baum, Marco Pini and Lincoln Barrett. They have been making music together since their teens, have released one acclaimed album, a batch of singles and a series of videos co-directed by their songwriter and vocalist, Asha and her best friend Flo Webb (FLASHAProd). Emerging from Brixton’s Windmill scene, where they played alongside Shame, Goat Girl and Black Midi, Sorry have created their own distinctive musical world – one that draws together a shared passion for lo-fi sounds of grunge, trap, and shoegaze.

Having just returned from a US tour with Sleaford Mods, Louis recalls the band’s last aborted mission to the States. Sorry were due to play in New York just before the pandemic took hold to celebrate the launch of 925. After the opening show, the tour was cancelled. If New York was dystopian when they arrived, it became even more so in the days before they returned home. “It’s where every end of the world movie is set,” he says. “Overnight, we saw the streets go from being bustling and intense to walking around adesolate Manhattan. I had never experienced anything like that, it was completely new.” It is this newness that sits at the heart of Sorry’s songs –of what it means to be young and upended in the 2020s, with all the challenges and ingenuity that life in the metropolis brings.

Accessibility
Seated gigs offer disabled access within the first three rows inside the venue.

Please click here for full accessibility information.

Ticket holders will be allocated seats on arrival. If you have any particular requirements or queries, please email us ahead of the event at [email protected]. Groups should book together and not seperately.

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