Meg Myers has been bubbling on the underground alternative scene since 2011 with her song “Monster.” As time went on, the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter’s promising career reached another milestone when she signed to Atlantic Records in 2013. The bigger platform brought more success after her two EPs—Daughter in the Choir and Make a Shadow—garnered positive responses from music critics for her emotionally-charged songs like “Desire.”

Today, we’re premiering the first song that carries the same name of her major label debut Sorry. “Sorry” allows for her powerful voice to shine through, while singing about falling out of love. "Sorry that I lost our love until the end of time," she sings. Later in the song, Myers goes silent so her band's shredding can further propel the intensity.