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Sorry postpone UK tour next month

Sorry have postponed their UK tour next month due to “a scheduling conflict around new music”.

READ MORE: Sorry on new EP ‘Twixtustwain’ – “It might tap into how people are feeling now”

The London band, who released their debut album ‘925’ in March 2020, announced the news via Twitter earlier today (October 19). They said they are currently unable to confirm new dates but will be “back with you soon”.

“We’re sorry to announce the postponement of our tour next month due to a scheduling conflict around new music. After the postponements and cancellations of live dates around our first album due to covid this really sucks ass to not get to start this run in a few weeks time,” a note on their Twitter reads.

Really sad to have to do this… but we wanna finish the album for you xoxo <3 pic.twitter.com/9ASAxcqlmk

— SORRY (@sorrybanduk) October 19, 2021

See the original dates below:


7 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
8 – Cambridge, Portland Arms
9 – York, The Fulford Arms
11 – Sheffield, Sidney & Matilda
13 – Middlesbrough, Westgarth Social Club
14 – Glasgow, The Hug and Pint
15 – Liverpool, Shipping Forecast
17 – Manchester, YES
18 – Birmingham, The Hare And Hounds
19 – Oxford, Jericho Tavern
20 – Norwich, Voodoo Daddy’s Showroom
22 – Margate, Elsewhere
23 – Brighton, Green Door Store
24 – Bath, Moles
26 – Southampton, Heartbreakers
27 – Exeter, Exeter Phoenix
30 – London, Jazz Cafe

It’s not clear at present how tickets will be honoured moving forward or whether refunds will be issued. Follow SORRY’s social media to keep on top of developments.

Earlier this year the band released a new EP, ‘Twixtustwain’, which the band told NME was “claustrophobic” and “intense”.

“There’s always been a feeling of circling dread to Sorry’s music, but here the anxiety is ramped up,” wrote NME‘s Gary Ryan in a four-star review. “Again teaming up with producer James Dring (Gorillaz, Jamie T) who also co-helmed ‘925’, ‘Twixtustwain’ contains more electronic experimental sketches rather than the full-blown warped pop of their debut. Yet Lorenz and co-writer Louis O’Bryen’s queasy ennui remains just as potently beguiling and inventive.”

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