Sorry

New music

Beyoncé's New-Old Demo of "Sorry" Is Genius In-Progress

'Lemonade' is finally available on all streaming services and includes the original version to "Sorry."
Kristin Corry
4.23.19
Premieres

Sorry Wrote a Thumping, Eerie Jealousy Anthem

We're premiering "Jealous Guy"—no, not that one—from the South London band today.
Daisy Jones
3.21.19
APOLOGIES

The Whole Weezer/"Africa" Thing Was My Fault and I’m So Sorry

A Noisey editor's formal apology for helping to create a pop culture monster.
Dan Ozzi
1.25.19
Objectively Correct Lists

We Asked Musicians About the One Artist We Should Listen to in 2019

Because good musicians know about good music and that's a fact.
Daisy Jones
1.9.19
Essays

How British Guitar Music Caught Up With The World

It took a long time to get over itself, but now British guitar music feels like it’s standing on its own feet.
Ryan Bassil
10.5.18
Objectively Correct Lists

God Bless Tyler, the Creator and All of 2018's Great One-Off Singles

Tyler has been on one, putting out tracks from yesterday's "PEACH FUZZ" and "GELATO" to "OKRA," so here's a loosie appreciation post.
Ryan Bassil
Tshepo Mokoena
Daisy Jones
6.27.18
Premieres

Sorry Have a Weird and Beautiful Visual Mixtape for You All

We're premiering the grungy London band's nine-track 'Home Demo(ns) Vol. II' release. It's great.
Daisy Jones
3.22.18
Noisey Hitlist

Throw Every Other Band in the Trash, Sorry Are Bringing Romance Back

Weed reek, damp steets, sat in stoned silence: this four piece are doing everything A&Rs have been searching for and rightfully failing to find.
Daisy Jones
12.4.17
damage control

How to Recover From a Major Screwup

A persuasion expert shows you how to apologize—without having to say you're sorry.
Jay Heinrichs
4.11.17
Noisey News

Of Course Justin Bieber's "Sorry" Is the Most-Watched Music Video of 2016

It somehow defined the year without actually being from it.
Phil Witmer
12.9.16
Noisey News

Canadian Police Department Apologizes to Nickelback, Reaches Peak Canada

Kensington Police had joked about punishing drunk-drivers with tracks from 'Silver Side Up'.
Alex Robert Ross
12.4.16
Broadly

It Pays to Be an Assertive Woman in the Workplace, New Study Says

According to a recent study, women who are assertive in the workplace are compensated more than their "nice" counterparts. But even the most dominant women are still paid less than the least assertive men.
Sarah Hagi
11.28.16
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