Indie rock aficionados rejoice as award-winning Onism E storms back onto the scene with their latest single, “I’m Sorry.” This powerhouse release marks their first since the acclaimed album “It’s Not Over,” which dropped in November 2022, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next sonic adventure from the band. Frontwoman Eline Chavez, a force to be reckoned with, channels the unbridled, rebellious spirit of rock legends Patti Smith and Janis Joplin in this gritty anthem. With vocals that cut through the air like a knife, Chavez delivers a performance that harks back to the golden era of punk and classic rock, infusing the track with an unmistakable raw energy.
“I’m Sorry” is not just a song; it’s a testament to the timelessness of rock music. The addition of guitar virtuoso Joey Stuckey adds another layer of brilliance to the composition. Stuckey, known for his expertise in composition, sound engineering, and session work, brings his A-game to the table, elevating the sonic landscape of the track.
The lyrics of “I’m Sorry” revolve around the liberating concept of living without regrets, a theme that resonates with the rebellious spirit of classic rock. Chavez shares, “This song is about living life freely without regret. We captured the spirit of rock n’ roll here. At the same time, this song is about letting go of other people’s expectations and living life on your own terms.” With a nostalgic nod to the classics and a fresh, modern edge, Onism E once again proves their prowess in seamlessly blending the old with the new. “I’m Sorry” dropped on November 2nd, making it a must-add to your playlists and collections, a bold testament to the enduring power of rock music.