Omni’s “Southbound Station” Is About Being Young And Drunk In Atlanta

It’s off the skittish rock trio’s forthcoming album, Multi-task.

Omni’s “Southbound Station” Is About Being Young And Drunk In Atlanta Omni   Sebastian Weiss

Omni is on a mission to make themselves omnipresent. Today, The FADER is helping the cause by debuting a new video from the Atlanta trio, for a track called "Southbound Station." The second single off their forthcoming album Multi-task, the song features skittish, complemetary tangles of bass, drums, and guitar. It's a perfect little post-punk jam for a jittery late-evening walk through the city, when your mind is racing with possibility. "The night is young and so am I," or something.

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"Southbound Station' is a song about being young in Atlanta, barely aware of anything beyond your immediate surroundings," the band told The FADER over email. "There was always a sense of urgency to make it to the next destination where there may be a lover or a house show to attend. Years disappeared into the drunken void as I got to know the city—a charming yet challenging experience at the same time." Hit play below.

Multi-task is out September 22 on Trouble In Mind.
August 21, 2017
Omni’s “Southbound Station” Is About Being Young And Drunk In Atlanta