NEWS : FRI, APR 12, 2019 at 6:57 AM

Atlanta Band Omni Sign To Sub Pop For The World! New Singles Club Tracks “Delicacy” And “I Don’t Dance” Out Now In DSPs

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Support dates with Foals and Preoccupations Beginning April 12- April 30th with additional headline dates throughout May 

[Photo Credit: Emily Frobos]

We are thrilled to share that Sub Pop has signed a worldwide recording deal with angular Atlantans, Omni. The band is currently working on their third album, after two acclaimed LPs of tightly wound, tuneful & cerebral, post punk-pop on the highly regarded, Trouble in Mind Records. 

Omni has contributed two new tracks to the latest edition of the iconic Sub Pop Singles Club series. You can now stream “Delicacy” and “I Don’t Dance” via all digital service providers, including YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music

Frontman for the band, Philip Frobos says “Delicacy” was one of the first songs we wrote after a couple of years of non-stop touring behind Deluxe and Multi-task. It came naturally to Frankie and I but felt like we were headed someplace new. It’s written about falling in love, with who would become my wife, on a 23-hour layover in Casablanca, exploring a new continent, feeling intrigued and truly alive.


Keep your ears open for new music in the near future, and be sure to catch Omni on their upcoming tour with Foals and Preoccupations starting tonight, April 12th with a three-night stint at Brooklyn Steel, with additional shows in DC, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, Chicago, and Minneapolis. The band will then return to the road on May 10th, performing at this years KVRX Festival in Austin with additional shows throughout the month in El Paso, Tucson, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Everett, WA for the Fisherman’s Village Music Fest, Salt Lake City and Denver, ending on May 22nd in Nashville, TN. Dates are as follows: 
 
Apr. 12 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel *                    
Apr. 13 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel *
Apr. 14 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Steel *
Apr. 16 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club *
Apr. 18 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club *
Apr. 19 - Boston, MA - House of Blues Boston *
Apr. 20 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore Philadelphia *
Apr. 22 - Toronto, ON - 
Rebel *              
Apr. 25 - St Louis, MO - 
The Pageant *   
Apr. 26 - Detroit, MI - Saint Andrews Hall *                  
Apr. 27 – Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre *               
Apr. 28 - Milwaukee, WI - The Rave Eagles Club *    
Apr. 30 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue *
May 10 - Austin, TX - KVRX Fest              
May. 11 - El Paso, TX- The Monarch        
May. 12 - Tucson, AZ - Club Congress              
May. 13 - Los Angeles, CA - Zebulon  
May. 14 - San Francisco, CA- Bottom of The Hill         
May. 16 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios # 
May. 17 - Everett, WA - Fisherman’s Village Music Fest       
May. 19 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court                            
May. 20 - Denver, CO - Globe Hall         
May. 21 - Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater  
May. 22 - Nashville, TN - Springwater
* w/ Foals, Preoccupations     
# w/ Downtown Boys & Cool Flowers


What “The People” have said about Omni:
 “If Atlanta’s Omni were a machine with a rhythm switch, it would probably just have one setting: staccato. Nearly all of the trio’s songs are built around twitchy, start-stop beats that instantly get pulses rushing and nerves tingling.”NPR Music
 
Multi-task is 11 tracks worth of sonic goodness, heavy on thick and fun guitar licks matched by equally complicated but light lyrics.” -Noisey
 
“The wiry Atlanta, Ga. rock trio Omni sells its nervous energy as a logical way of dealing with the world. Where other bands might smooth things out, Omni finds angles and sharp turns.” -Pitchfork
 
“Omni remains a band that’s best at its most berserk. Multi-Task hits its high marks when the band is doing as much as it can, or, if you will, multi-tasking.” -PASTE

“The Atlanta trio Omni…make twitchy, bouncy, catchy-as-hell post-punk, the sort of thing that NME would’ve fallen in love with if it had come from Glasgow in 1983.” - Stereogum