Sorority Noise share contemplative new track “No Halo” — listen

A preview of new album You’re Not As _____ As You Think, dropping in March


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    Emo revival standout Sorority Noise have released “No Halo”, the first single from their upcoming third full-length album, You’re Not As _____ As You Think.

    On the new track, frontman Cam Boucher laments the deaths of friends and the difficulties of staying connected with loved ones while on the road. “No Halo” opens with power pop guitar chords which building up to a crescendo in lockstep with Charlie Singer’s percussion at the chorus.

    “This song is about having a friend pass away and still keeping them fondly in your mind to the point where you show up to their house forgetting that they’re no longer there,” Boucher shares in a press release. “It’s about struggling to keep up with the people you love when you’re away and how to be/how it feels to not be there for them when they need you most.”



    It’s a promising preview of You’re Not As _____ As You Think, due out March 17th on Triple Crown Records. Sorority Noise will be touring in support of the record with Modern Baseball this spring.

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