UNION — Solo artist Late Sorrow of Union recently released two singles, “Cutting Ties” and “I’ll Be Here for You Now.” The latter, which came out April 1, is created in a style reminiscent of Oasis, Green Day, All American Rejects and similar artists of the alternative rock genre.

“The song is about how someone feels when they are in love, and the longing they have for the person they’re with,” Late Sorrow said.

The music made under Late Sorrow is a message to inspire others to pursue their dreams and to be able to feel that it’s okay to have emotions.

Late Sorrow has suffered from depression and suicidal thoughts in the past, as many people do throughout life. It is because of those people that he strives to make relatable music that can help others through tough times.

Late Sorrow wants to help drive others to their goals in the music that he makes. “You have a story you can tell whether it’s through music or art or work. You are here for a reason!”

Late Sorrow is inspired by alternative artists such as blink-182, Simple Plan, Weezer, Evanescence, Green Day, Linkin Park, Avenged Sevenfold, The Offspring Lil Peep, Juice WRLD, Post Malone etc., as well as a variety of artists in many different genres of the ’90s such as Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Soundgarden / Audioslave, Rage Against The Machine, Serj Tankian / System Of A Down, Nirvana, Radiohead; punk artists such as Ramones, Sex Pistols, NOFX; and Pop/Rock bands such as The Beatles, Queen, U2, Billy Joel and many others.

Late Sorrow, also known as Jake Nagy, additionally performs as a guitarist with local band Drive By Todd.

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