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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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London based DIY outfit Sorority have shared their latest single, That Feeling's Gone, the first in a string of releases from the duo in 2021.

The apocalyptic funk track fuses together influences ranging from Beefheart to Madonna. Ultimately, the result is a love song that conceptually navigates an unstable relationship. “It’s a love song about the unique pleasures of an unstable relationship,” says frontman Max Batten. “It was the last song recorded in our old home studio and the last nail in the coffin of our relationship with our neighbours.”

The release is accompanied by a visual filmed by Sam Boullier, “Bad relationships are often about keeping the show on the road whilst everything is going to shit, so we thought a video about keeping a gig going during a nuclear apocalypse was fitting.”

The musical project of brothers Max and Elliot Batten, Sorority was born out of a desire to build the best recording studio theycould in a reasonably priced bedroom in Finsbury Park. they began to write material with flatmate, collaborator and internationally renowned cartoonist Joe Kessler, resulting in the cult self-released EP, Live At The Drive.

That Feeling's Gone is out now! Watch the music video below.


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