Dorian Electra pens a clanking love letter on ‘Sorry Bro (I Love You)’

Marking the first step away from their epic ‘Flamboyant’ era, Dorian Electra is back with ‘Sorry Bro (I Love You)’.

“Sorry bro I’m thinking of you, I don’t wanna bug you, but sorry bro I love you”, the pop disruptor opens on the flick which hit streaming platforms at midnight on May 19th. Delivered with Electra’s trademark tongue-in-cheek lyricism and bubbling hyper pop production, ‘Sorry Bro (I Love You)’ sees the 27-year-old at their best.

An artist whose pushing of sonic boundaries is always met with concept-ready visuals, Electra releases the single with a classicly kitsch music video. Directed by Weston Allen, the front-garden iron-pumping affair sees Electra and ‘bros’ in full force.

Dorian Electra spent part of January at a writing camp alongside friends and curators, during which they penned fan-written track ‘Thirsty (For Love)’ on Instagram Live, amongst other new material. Mood Killer, of Liquify success, joins Electra as a co-writer on ‘Sorry Bro (I Love You)’ with production provided by Dylan Brady of 100 gecs and Charli XCX notoriety, as well as frequent collaborator Count Baldor.

Releasing their long-awaited debut album, Flamboyant, to critical acclaim last year, Dorian Electra went on to tour the world on the back of the record’s success. CelebMix caught the star’s sold-out Village Underground show last year. Further dates across the U.K. and U.S.A. as a final hurrah for Flamboyant had been planned too, although are now postponed given the global situation.

‘Sorry Bro (I Love You)’ is streaming now.

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Written by Toby Bryant

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