North London band Sorry have been creating buzz since they were in their teens, but have held off releasing an album until they were ready. Now, having been signed by Domino and shown continued growth in confidence across their singles in 2019, Sorry have revealed that their debut album will be called 925 and is coming out in Spring of next year.

The revelation comes with yet another striking new single and video 'Right Round The Clock'. A plodding beat and sleazy horn play foil to Asha Lorenz and Louis O'Bryen's descriptive songwriting. They populate the song with desperate men and teasing females and set them in a scene of hallucinogenic interplay. As these characters chase each other around the strutting and bounding song, they sneer at each other "you don't know love - far from it." Fully embroiled in their scene, Sorry hilariously twist the classic Tears For Fears/Gary Jules lyric into the narcissistic admission "I'm feeling kind of crazy, I'm feeling kind of mad/ the dreams in which we're famous are the best I've ever had."

Sorry have created an impeccable visual to accompany 'Right Round The Clock'. The video was co-directed by Jasper Cable-Alexander and Sorry's Asha Lorenz, who says:

“The video is supposedly a daydream hallucination we did with our friends Jasper and Connie. Bit sexy bit silly, make what you like of it hope you enjoy!”

Sorry's debut album 925 will be out on Domino in Spring 2020. They've got these live dates coming up:

13 Nov | Louisiana, Bristol
14 Nov | Hoxton Hall, London
16 Nov | Heartbreakers, Southampton
17 Nov | Hare and Hounds, Birmingham
18 Nov | YES Basement Manchester, Manchester
19 Nov | Sound House, Dublin
21 Nov | Corporation, Sheffield
22 Nov | Institute 2, Newcastle
24 Nov | Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough

Keep up with The 405's Tracks of the Day in our 2019 playlist, updated every weekday.