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Song Premiere: Listen to New Tunes from Organos and Faults on a Forthcoming PotLuck Split

Posted by on Thu, Apr 13, 2017 at 8:56 AM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY CLINTON REID JOHNSON, "FACES" BY M. LEROY DERUBERTIS
  • Photo by Clinton Reid Johnson, "Faces" by M. Leroy DeRubertis
After a hibernation of nearly five years, Durham's Organos is, at last, back with a new song, a quick little number that you can listen to right here. It's side the A-side of a forthcoming split with Faults, the the current project of Gross Ghost's Mike Dillon, who relocated to New York from Durham last year.

Organos' "Please Hold," is a sharp, biting tune about a friendship falling apart, and it's the band's most polished track by far. Faults, meanwhile, offers low-key bummer lyrics behind fuzzy guitars and an upbeat rhythm. The songs share a rough-around-the-edges charm, and they make for wonderful complements to each other.

The songs will be available on a limited run of seven-inch records—Wes Wolfe only cut fifty. You can grab it on April 20, and in the meantime, stream the songs below.

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