It is difficult for a band to merge different styles into one song without the track sounding as if it’s merely an unwillingness to commit. Sorority Noise accomplished the difficult, and in a song that is less than three minutes long. The vocals of “No Halo” take a storytelling approach until the chorus, when the anger rises to the top. The guitars don’t shy away from combining Shoegaze and Post Rock, until they turn Punk. The percussion is mostly rhythmic, unless it’s indignantly aggressive.
“No Halo” by Sorority Noise