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For a few years now, we’ve been fond of the Atlanta trio Omni since they played a wonderful set of songs at the End of the Road Festival. The former Deerhunter guitarist Frankie Broyles plays in the band, and they make sharp and catchy post-punk. These Atlanta post-punks Omni signed to Seattle institution Sub Pop Records and marked the occasion with two new songs as part of the storied Sub Pop Singles Club series (recently revived after a 10-year absence), “Delicacy” and “I Don’t Dance,” and they are currently at work on their third album—Sub Pop’s presser promises more new music “in the near future.” Omni frontman Philip Frobos explains in a statement that a-side “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 [guitarist Frankie Broyles] and I 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.

Omni’s new single “Delicacy” b/w “I Don’t Dance” (Release Date: April 12th, 2019) is available now on all streaming services and is a part of the latest edition of the iconic Sub Pop Singles Club series.