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Sorrow Plagues Release New Single 'Departure' From 'Homecoming' Album Which is Out Now



Sorrow Plagues Unleash New Single 'Departure' From 'Homecoming' Album


Sorrow Plagues sophomore album 'Homecoming' is out now and available from iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp and more, it was released self-released on May 27th. To support the release of the new album they have released their second single 'Departure'.


Lovejoy talks about the meaning of the new single 'Departure': "The second single "Departure" is about the journey of self-actualization and leaving behind the things that are holding you back in life. I also took a bit more of a different direction musically with this one, there are elements of pop in there and I experimented with some new guitar sounds."


Check out the new song "Departure" below!






https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1KQN-H3cnY


Sorrow Plagues is the Brainchild of British musician David Lovejoy. The album ventures into new territory with added elements of post-rock, and even including some contemporary influences, whilst still maintaining the atmospheric Black Metal sounds that Sorrow Plagues is known for. This is certainly David Lovejoy's most ambitious effort so far.


Tracklist for "Homecoming"

1.) Departure
2.) Disillusioned
3.) Isolated
4.) Irreversible
5.) Relinquish
6.) Homecoming




Lovejoy recently gathered some talented and like-minded musicians to fully showcase Sorrow Plagues in a live environment, with their first gig at Bar 42 in Worthing as a free entry album launch show on May 24th with A Night In The Abyss and Them Broads. The album launch show went down a storm with Sorrow Plagues thriving in the live setting:

Lovejoy on the release show: "The album release was incredible. There was a great turnout and both A Night In The Abyss and Tales of Autumn both performed phenomenal sets!"

Later in the year, Sorrow Plagues will support Fen, Aklash and Conform To Serve at the Green Door Store in Brighton this November. A string of dates are currently being booked to support the release of 'Homecoming'.


"Homecoming" is out now and available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify and many other digital outlets.


For more Sorrow Plagues
https://www.facebook.com/sorrowplaguesmetal/
https://sorrowplagues.bandcamp.com/



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