Sorry It’s Over Sets Out to Release New Single Before Their First Album

Sorry It’s Over is a pop/alt-rock band that was established by Sam Adgate and Louis Petrella. They trace their roots all the way back to a garage in Encinitas, California, with a twelve-by-twelve square-foot box studio built within. Upon closer inspection, the place is jam-packed with an impressive variety of musical equipment. The garage has transformed into a DIY studio where the band’s music and art are crafted.

They dub themselves as a couple of local SoCal boys that are just trying to have a good time. And that label definitely bleeds through to their music. They make the kind of music that people show off to their friends to enjoy together and just have a blast. Sam and Louis were originally bandmates in high school predominantly playing covers. After moving to Santa Barbara together for a few years, they headed home and decided to take the jump and start making some original music together. 

They’ve been cooking up some new stuff on their latest project since April of 2019. The two have been meeting up almost every day to work, the constant collaboration and Louis’s immense knowledge on production have proved to be a great tool in creating their distinct sound that incorporates Classic Rock and Roll with a new age twist.

Within a few months into their brand-new project and a few demos under their belt, they soon got hooked up with Geza X, the famed punk rock producer of Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, and The Germs. He is most widely known for the Meredith Brooks hit, “Bitch.” Geza has been collaborating with Sorry It’s Over, and their first release is out on Geza X Records.

Currently, the band’s first-ever single, “Sunflower,” is out on all major streaming platforms with their signature slower-paced melody. While their newest release, “Ghost Inside,” which was released on August 7, 2020, switches things up and brings out their rock and roll roots. 

Sorry It’s Over is set to release their debut album, as they are preparing to release their brand-new single entitled “Am I Better,” which they are looking to release on October 9, 2020.

Paired with their fantastic songwriting, Sorry It’s Over is definitely going places. The band has natural originality that shines through whenever they write songs together. Soon, they wish to tour around the world and continue making fantastic music that inspires the younger generation and beyond. 

To find out more about Sorry It’s Over and listen to their latest songs, check out their official website.

Glenda Drewery
Glenda Drewery is a Media Publisher Lead at Music Observer. She works with publishers, broadcasters, news outlets, sports and music organizations, education, and lifestyle brands (among others) to create a healthy ecosystem of diverse content. She ensures clients from the entertainment industry are positioned for success.

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