Fan Thoughts

Sorority Noise — You’re Not As ____ As You Think

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Written by Cat Markee

Hey! I’m Cat, I’m 18, from Texas. Growing up my parents would play classic rock all the time, any chance they had, which blossomed my love of music. I loved hearing all the sounds come together and create something so wonderful.

I started listening to Sorority Noise after a concert where a couple of the band members were wearing Sorority Noise T-shirts. So I thought “hey, if With Confidence likes them enough to rep them on stage I should probably check these guys out” and I’m so grateful I did. The first song I listened to was “Using” and I immediately fell in love with both the lyrics and the sound overall. The messages behind their lyrics are truly beautiful to me. Cameron Boucher speaks a lot about his struggles with Manic Depression and how writing will talk him down while he’s having an episode and i think that is evident in the songs — you can tell the lyrics came from a deep place.

Sorority Noise’s third album, You’re Not As ____ As You Think, is beautifully written all the way through, from beginning to end.  The songs give me something to relate to when I need to not feel alone. The album begins with “No Halo” to hook the listener with a catchy beat and beautiful lyrics. The second song on the album, “A Portrait Of”, is one of my favorites — the instrumentals are upbeat while the lyrics convey an important message. The album ends with “New Room”, another solid track.

Overall, this album is absolutely great in my eyes and it falls in line with their other past albums. I am very excited to see what the future holds for this amazing band!

CM
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