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SORORITY NOISE – ‘IT KINDLY STOPPED FOR ME’

David McLaughlin
David McLaughlin 21 April 2016 at 16.07

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It's emotional... 

Beautifully intentioned as the songs on this new EP from Sorority Noise are, the execution isn’t half dreary. Inspired by the complex emotions stirred by the passing of friends and vocalist Cameron Boucher’s ultra-personal mental health struggles, there’s a thick, smothering sadness in the sentiment that isn’t helped by the bare bones musical backdrop.

It’s a disappointing, day and night affair compared to the soaring triumph of last year’s ‘Joy, Departed’ and a listen that will only please the most commited of devotees or fans of the kind of music that soundtracks fey, hipster indie movies and cutesy television commercials.

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