You can also watch the video for previous single Heavy, which premiered on Clash, via the band’s YouTube channel.
Having already received critical acclaim for their single English Girls, Animal House’s new EP is filled with witty lyrical storytelling, racing riffs and infectious choruses. With its undeniably catchy, high-energy garage-infused sound, reminiscent of the likes of The Strokes and The Raconteurs, Sorry oozes a welcome tongue-in-cheek attitude.
Animal House explains that Sorry is an “apology to our parents, friends, past employers who put their faith in us to lead a sweet and comfortable life in Aus and instead we’ve blown all that on a shot at making music”. Remembering the hedonistic adventures they’ve had whilst making music, the band admit they’re actually ‘not sorry’, and revel in the fun they’ve been having in the UK on each vibrant and uptempo track.
Finally settled in the UK, Animal House have already supported the likes of Courtney Barnett, Surfer Blood and Drenge to name a few. They have also received praise from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq and Sean Keaveny, NME, DIY and Clash. They now hope to continue charming listeners with their “stupid garage pop songs” on Sorry.
Catch Animal House live at the following dates:
28th October – Bleach – Brighton 2nd November – Rubi – Barcelona 3rd November – Paberse Matao – Valencia 4th November – Sala Rockstar – Benidorm 5th November – TNT Blues Bar – Cox 6th November – Fun House – Madrid 12th November – Bukowski – San Sebastian 14th November – Pop In – Paris 29th November – Birthdays – London
Single Domino and EP Sorry are both out on 18th November 2016.