sorority noise

Sorority Noise – “Week 51″ & “Fermata”

It's a good day to be sad, because Connecticut emo/indie band Sorority Noise have released a new 7" record titled Alone, and both its tracks are available to stream. "Week…
Anna Gaca / October 13, 2017

30 Best Emo Revival Albums, Ranked

"Everything went back into the basement... We were the few people doing this in 2008. Really bad, wussy emo rock 10 years after it was…
SPIN Staff / June 14, 2017

The 50 Best Albums of 2017 So Far

It's safe to say none of us will be nostalgic for the first six months of 2017. Rarely has the national and global situation felt…
SPIN Staff / June 5, 2017

Review: Sorority Noise Find New Strength in Grief on You’re Not As _____ As You Think

Coming from a genre notorious for glorifying teenage angst and spite-ridden suicide, Sorority Noise really only found themselves when they…
Rob Arcand / March 23, 2017

Hear Dashboard Confessional Cover the 1975, Julien Baker, and Sorority Noise on Surprise New EP

Long-running emo-acoustic outfit Dashboard Confessional have shared a surprise covers EP, Covered and Taped, which features an eclectic quartet of recent pop, indie, and rock covers: the 1975's…
Anna Gaca / January 20, 2017

Sorority Noise Share New Single, Announce Tour with Modern Baseball

Four years, two albums, and a sprawling number of EPs and split releases to their name, Sorority Noise have come a long way from their…
Rob Arcand / January 19, 2017

In 2016, Emo Entered Another Green World

Bands who were already uncomfortable with "emo" were branded with an even more derogatory term in 2016: "hippies." Modern Baseball grew their hair long; Evan…
Ian Cohen / December 19, 2016

Sorority Noise Come Down From 11 on Elegiac EP, ‘It Kindly Stopped for Me’

On a day off last summer in Redwood National Park, Sorority Noise singer-guitarist Cam Boucher received a piece of disturbing news: A close friend had commit suicide. When…
Natalie Caamano / April 22, 2016