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Prior to playing with Ariel Pinks Haunted Graffiti, Gary War, Kurt Vile, and Panda Bear, Robert Robinson made dreamy, bedroom-pop music on his own in Enfield, Connecticut. Bearing resemblance to a psychedelic cassette played on a broken boom box, his first self-titled Sore Eros CD-R was released on his independent label Light Dead Sea in 2003. Over the next few years, Robinson traveled around the country and collaborated with fellow lo-fi musicians before moving back to Connecticut in 2007 to assist his dad, who had recently suffered a heart attack. In his downtime, as his father made a full recovery, Robinson recorded Second Chants as a tribute to his dads second chance at life. The album was released in 2009 on Shdwply Records.
Sore Eros is an American indie band originally as the solo project of Robert Robinson based in Enfield Connecticut. Branded as lo-fi, pop music with psychedelic elements, Sore Eros, primarily directed by Robinson, hosts the collaborative and musical support of Adam Langellotti, and additional support from Jeff Morkeski, and Matt Jugenheimer.