Posts Tagged ‘Sorority Noise’

NEWS: Cameron Boucher (Sorority Noise) accused of alleged rape!

Connecticut emo rockers Sorority Noise have announced they’ve cancelled their remaining dates of their tour this Spring, originally intended to be their last run before going onto an indefinite hiatus, following allegations of rape made against frontman, Cameron Boucher.

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NEWS: Sorority Noise announce indefinite hiatus!

Despite recent news of a forthcoming UK tour and US tour, and also the release of ‘YNAAYT’ (a stripped back version of last year’s full-length, ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’), Connecticut’s Sorority Noise have announced they’ll be going on an indefinite hiatus.

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NEWS: Sorority Noise release new EP, ‘Alone’!

Sorority Noise have released a surprise new two-track EP, entitled ‘Alone’.

The EP features tracks that were left over from their recording sessions of their third album ‘You Are Not as ___ as You Think’, which was released earlier this year via Triple Crown Records and Big Scary Monsters.

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VIDEO: Sorority Noise – First Letter From St. Sean

Connecticut based indie rockers Sorority Noise have just unveiled a video for ‘First Letter From St. Sean’, the latest choice of single to be culled from their recently released studio full-length effort, ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’.

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ALBUM: Sorority Noise – You’re Not As _____ As You Think

Release Date: March 17th 2017
Label: Triple Crown Records


Connecticut’s Sorority Noise have released two records of decent enough teenage angst emo powerpop, but third effort ‘You’re Not As _____ As You Think’ is an unexpected lyrical masterpiece that dives into the melancholic underworld of real life.

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NEWS: Frank Iero, Deaf Havana, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2017!

The day that the 2017 edition of Slam Dunk Festival is upon us draws ever closer, and with that the organisers have now announced a further wave of bands that will be composing this year’s line-up, which include what will be We Are The Ocean‘s final ever shows before parting ways.

The latest names to join the May Bank Holiday festivities include Frank Iero & The Patience, Deaf Havana, Boston Manor, Madina Lake, and more.

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