The cherry on top of an already perfect day thanks to the announcement of their first U.S. headlining tour, Sorority Noise also streamed the third single off of their upcoming album, You’re Not As _____ As You Think. With just over a week left until the album’s release, “Disappeared” is another sneak peek of what is yet to come, and a little something to tide fans over.
More upbeat than “A Better Sun” and less intense than “No Halo,” “Disappeared” is short and sweet, standing out from its predecessors with delicate strums of guitar right when Cameron Boucher sings, “And you’ll barely even notice it when I disappear.” Mentions of friends no longer with him sprinkled throughout, “Disappeared” is a strong reminder that our presence is always noticed, that we often forget or don’t realize how much we will be missed if we were to leave. The song has its own strength and bursts of frantic energy mixed in with its gentler side, and is a touch less melancholy, which we could all do with from time to time.
You’re Not As _____ As You Think will be out on March 17 via Triple Crown Records.