Pin It

Another serving of The Sorrys 

The Halifax indie-rockers have a new EP on the way, and then some.

click to enlarge The Sorrys' brotherly love.
  • The Sorrys' brotherly love.

For The Sorrys, music is a part-time job, but that doesn't mean it takes the back burner. "It's a piece of life that stands apart from the rest of it. It's a really intensified slice that we spend together and I think we make the most of it," says Jim Cameron, one-fourth of the high energy indie rock band. After being together for seven years, The Sorrys still stay true to their one-night-a-week jam session, and await the release of their newest EP. Recorded live off the floor at the Sonic Temple with producer Charles Austin (who'll join them on stage at Gus') returned to bring a "bigger bass and drum sound" this time around. Along with the pending release are the mumblings of a short documentary chronicling the cohesive unit that is The Sorrys. With the band's reputation for shenanigans, and filmmaker Rachel Bower on board, it's sure to be a doozy.

Friday April 1, Gus' Pub, 2605 Agricola Street, 10pm

Thursday, December 10, 6:30pm, NSCC Waterfront Campus Theatre, 80 Mawiomi Place, Dartmouth, $15/$20


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Latest in Music Feature

Coast Top Ten

  1. David Virelles Continuum   (Halifax Jazz Festival)
  2. Get the party started   (Halifax Jazz Festival)
  3. Nafas   (Halifax Jazz Festival)
  4. Garden Ries   (Music Feature)
  5. It pays to OBEY   (Obey Convention)
  6. Nova Scotia Super Soul Review   (Halifax Jazz Festival)
  7. St. Vincent’s performance art   (Halifax Jazz Festival)
  8. Jerk Damaged   (Music Reviews)
  9. Bend the River’s edge   (Music Feature)
  10. Catholic Gaydar’s pop power   (Music Feature)

In Print This Week

Vol 22, No 5
July 3, 2014

Cover Gallery »

Real Time Web Analytics

© 2014 Coast Publishing Ltd.