Sorry and the Sinatras @ Manchester

Sorry and the Sinatras
16th May 2009, The Roadhouse, Manchester

Sorry And The Sinatras specialise in high octane kick-ass punk rock – high on flare, punishing, driving riffs and spit ‘n’ sawdust professionalism. Formed 18 months ago by frontman and guitarist Scott Sorry – who currently also plays a mean bass with UK rock legends The Wildhearts – S&ATS also feature fellow Americans Lenny Thomas (drums) and Roger ‘Rags’ Segal (bass and vocals) and UK guitarist Dave Kerr. The Anglo-American twist gives this quartet a truly unique chemistry that truly reflects in ‘Highball Roller’.

“Nothing’s going to kill you faster than rock ‘n roll!”

Don’t those words ring true? Sorry And The Sinatras certainly know all about life in the fast lane – as their dirt bomb explosive debut album ‘Highball Roller’, released in May 2009 on Undergroove, shows so well!

‘Highball Roller’ is an honest, in-your-face punk rock n’ roll record that defines this quartet’s personalities – unpolished, missing teeth and self-medicated! It’s an album born out of years of searching for and finding dreams.

Sorry And The Sinatras demonstrate just how good rock music can be. ‘Highball Roller’ is a record that doesn’t just deserve to be heard, but it commands your attention and frankly, you won’t be disappointed.

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