SORRY release new album ‘Live At The Windmill’

A new live album from SORRY will help support the iconic Brixton venue, unofficial home to the likes of Shame and Fat White Family.


Today SORRY have released their live LP ‘A Night At The Windmillas a limited edition vinyl for Bandcamp Friday. But if you’re not into retro physical formats, then there is a digital download only option, jokingly set at £925 (!), in reference to the title of their debut album.

Formed by schoolmates Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, SORRY are one of the most exciting acts from south-London’s underground indie rock scene. Their exclusive album was recorded at their socially distant show at The Windmill in Brixton after the first lockdown, back in November last year. 

While the band planned to embark on a UK headline tour to promote their debut album in 2020, they have had to postpone tour dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The track list on ‘A Night at the Windmill’ includes cuts from their incredible debut album ‘925’ released in March of last year, a record that we ranked 10th in our albums of the year for 2020. About ‘925’, we said “Taking the slightly awkward, crotchety energy of their live shows, but adding hooks (‘Right Around The Clock’, ‘Perfect’) and sweetness (‘Heather’, ‘As The Sun Sets’) to the mix, Sorry proved themselves to not just be a niche concern, but a band with more strings to their bow than anyone might have guessed.”

The new LP also includes two brand new songs, ‘There’s So Many People That Want To Be Lovedand ‘I Miss The Fool That I Loved’.

With more of a bootleg vibe, there will be no streaming of the LP anywhere, but digital downloads are free to those buying physical via Bandcamp. This includes unlimited streaming of ‘A Night At The Windmill ‘via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. 

The Bandcamp sales are limited to only 500 copies of the record, and all proceeds will be going to the Windmill to help the legendary grassroots South London venue – which has played unofficial home to the likes of Goat Girl, Shame and Fat White Family – stay open during the pandemic. Order yourself one here to show your support.