Ok Sure drops futuristic new single ‘Sorry’

Melbourne-based DJ and producer OK SURE has done it again with brooding new track ‘Sorry’. Created almost exclusively in her bedroom and recorded and mixed by the artist, ‘Sorry’ is a dissonant electronic jam that will have you dancing out all your deepest and darkest secrets.

Featuring indie-pop artist Tanzer, the track manages to combine ethereal vocals with a heavy bass line and frantic melody. Opening with a pleading apology to a slighted lover, the track builds to a glitchy, sticky dance tempo, echoing and distorting the vocals until it has transformed into something almost unrecognisable, much like the relationship the lyrics describe.

Ok Sure has also announced that she will be independently releasing debut full length album Pleomorphism on February 2. As she explains, “Pleomorphism is the ability of some micro-organisms to alter their shape or size in response to environmental conditions,” and the album will use esoteric beats to explore a polyamorous relationship and its aftermath.

‘Sorry’ is a rare piece of electronica that manages to tell a compelling story while also successfully breaking all the rules when it comes to production. With a track like this, OK Sure proves that she has the skills to shock and seduce, and we are looking forward to feeling both those emotions upon the release of Pleomorphism.

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Words by Molly McLaughlin

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