Real Friends Are Back in Their Prime with ‘Tell Me You’re Sorry’

Seems like Real Friends have reconnected with their true selves since releasing their EP, Torn in Two last year. They’ve processed their emotions after the mutual separation from original vocalist Dan Lambton and the five-piece, now with Cody Muraro in the lead vocalist position, have unleashed new track ‘Tell Me You’re Sorry’ to kick off an even bigger chapter for them this year.

Throwing back gloriously to their earlier days, the song features bittersweet lyrics with true emotion, like 2016’s The Home Inside My Head, which featured their hit tune ‘Mess’. ‘Tell Me You’re Sorry’ sees the return of infectious pop punk angst in the best way possible. While it does catch you off guard initially, you’ll be surprised at how much you actually enjoy this jam.

Real Friends are set to tour Australia this April as the main support for Florida quintet Mayday Parade alongside locals Those Who Dream. This marks the first international tour that Australia will see in almost three years, and also Real Friends’ first visit here since 2017. Make sure to welcome them back with open arms by making Cody Muraro’s debut trip down under a dream and grab your tickets here!

Words by Tamara May @citylightstam

Mayday Parade Australian Tour 2022

with Special Guests Real Friends & Those Who Dream

Wednesday, April 20: Metropolis, Perth 18+
Friday, April 22: The Tivoli, Brisbane – Lic/AA
Saturday. April 23: The Roundhouse, Sydney – Lic/AA
Monday, April 25: The Gov, Adelaide – Lic/AA (Public Holiday)
Friday, April 29: Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne 18+
Saturday, April 30L Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne – All Ages 2-6pm

Tickets here

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About Tamara May (1085 Articles)
Wall of Sound's Head of Album Reviews. Weekend Content. Pop Punk Enthusiast.