Montreal based duo Sorry Girls have laid out pans for new album ‘Bravo’.
The duo – Heather Foster Kirkpatrick and Dylan Konrad Obront – started in a more abstract, synth-led post-punk direction, before opening out to pop influences. Often verging on the uncanny, their work has a cinematic gleam lifted straight from The Breakfast Club.
So, new album ‘Bravo’. It’s out on June 2nd via the ever-excellent Arbutus Records, a sign of quality that has done so much for Montreal, and North American music more broadly.
The record finds Sorry Girls opening a fresh chapter, with the songs allowing the pair to express a growing maturity. “These songs are all about self-acceptance, self-affirmation, personal freedom, and letting go,” says Kirkpatrick. “There are a lot of lyrics about the creative process itself, identity shaping, and how those things intertwine.”
New song ‘Prettier Things’ is online now, a dose of other-worldly alt-pop accompanied by a neat play-mation video.
Tune in now.