Sorority Noise Cancel Farewell Shows Following Accusation Against Cameron Boucher

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In the wake of a rape accusation against singer and guitarist Cameron Boucher, Sorority Noise have cancelled the remainder of their tour dates ahead of a planned hiatus. The band shared a statement today explaining that they will not perform tonight in London with the Wonder Years or at any of their previously … More »

Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher Denies Rape Accusation

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Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher has responded to an accusation of rape made last night on social media. The accuser, Nicole Schoenholz of One Hundred Year Ocean and formerly the World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, posted the allegation to Facebook and it was quickly shared on More »

Sorority Noise Announce Hiatus, Share Early Stream Of Acoustic LP YNAAYT

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Sorority Noise have announced a hiatus following the band’s upcoming US and UK tour dates. On Twitter, band leader Cameron Boucher wrote, “This is something i’ve been thinking about for a few months and i think it’s in my heart and mind’s best interest to take a break from the band for a while. thank … More »

Stream Cameron Boucher & Field Medic’s Valentine’s Day Split

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Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher and Kevin Patrick of Field Medic have teamed up for a new Valentine’s Day-themed split release, which finds the musicians contributing two tracks a piece. Proceeds from the split will go to Covenant House, an organization that provides resources to homeless youth. Both artists opt for somber introspection, declarations … More »

Watch Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher Cover Nightmare Before Christmas’ “Sally’s Song” In A Stereogum Session

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Sorority Noise are currently on tour with Citizen and Great Grandpa, and the band’s Cameron Boucher stopped by our offices today to perform a few songs acoustic for our very spooky Halloween-themed Stereogum Sessions. He did “Week 51” from the band’s recently released Alone 7″ and its quasi-sister song “No Halo” … More »

74 Artists On Their Favorite Tom Petty Song

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I once got busted trying to steal a magazine from my hometown library. The 8/8/91 issue of Rolling Stone apparently had one of those sensors on the last page and it beeped from my backpack on the way out. I was gonna bring it back. I just wanted to take it home to read the … More »

Stream New Green Day Tribute Album Featuring Lomelda, Ratboys, Pinegrove’s Evan Stephens Hall, & More

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Artists including Lomelda, Ratboys, Pinegrove’s Evan Stephens Hall, Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher, Adult Mom, and Kevin Devine have teamed up for Earth Day: A Tribute to Green Day, a Green Day tribute album for charity. Per the project’s description on Bandcamp: … More »

Hear Sorority Noise Debut New Song, Cover Pedro The Lion In WXPN Session

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Cameron Boucher recently stopped by the WXPN studios to play for their The Key Studio Sessions series. He was there to perform with his new-ish band Small Circle — who are releasing their debut album, Cyclical, next month; we just debuted a new song from them yesterday — and after that … More »

Stream Old Gray Slow Burn

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Stream Old Gray Slow BurnIn the middle of Old Gray’s sophomore album, Slow Burn, the band gives the floor over to New Hampshire-based performance artist William James, who recites a poem about a suicide attempt and the subsequent inpatient treatment and efforts to get better. Towards the end of the recitation, as the Cameron Boucher-led band starts … More »

Old Gray – “Blunt Trauma”

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oldgrayslowburnThe lingering effects of suicide, depression, and addiction are constant ghosts in Cameron Boucher’s songwriting. It’s there on this year’s heart-wrenching Sorority Noise track “Either Way,” and it hovers over last year’s excellent Joy, Departed, and it provides a basis for Old Gray’s cathartic forthcoming full-length, Slow Burn. Lead single “Everything IsMore »