Martin Luke Brown (Parlophone) and Phil Cook, who also produced the track. Born out of a mix of typical coming of age situations, the song references confessions of love, confusion of feelings and a strong sense of self. How the term 'I love you' shouldn't be used to force intimacy and how important it is not to be pressured into something that doesn't feel right. Listen to "Sorry" below and stay tuned for a lot more new music from Sody in the months as she is currently working on her upcoming debut EP, due out this summer.
"Sorry" is available now on iTunes.