Sorry are a foursome from London, centred around the pivot of 19-year-old twins Asha Lorenz and Louis O'Bryen. Their new song is called '2 Down 2 Dance', and despite its title it packs in a ton of energy and emotion.

It does start in a fit of lethargy, with spindly beats into which Asha sighs "too down to dance/ too depressed for romance." It's not long before frustration starts to bubble up, her voice turns venomous and the band launches into action, presenting an erratic classic post-punk breakout, fully embodying the painful feeling of redundancy. As the song progresses, Sorry show off more tricks up their sleeve than you might expect from such a young band; muted samples, deft vocal loops, guitar effects and a rigorously tight and rhythmic interplay make '2 Down 2 Dance' a brilliantly volatile single.

The song comes accompanied by a ballet dancing video, which Asha explains by saying: “Ballet dancers can seem so graceful and shy when they move, you are content to just watch as they strive for perfection. We hope the song and video go hand in hand mirroring both the beauty and subtle sadness in their movements.”

Watch and listen below.

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