Omni returns with new single, 'Equestrian'

The group's sophomore album, Multi-task, is due out Sept. 22 via Trouble in Mind

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Photo credit: Courtesy Trouble In Mind
OMNI: Doug Bleichner (from left), Philip Frobos and Frankie Broyles.

New Wave/dance-punk trio Omni has offered up "Equestrian," the first taste of what the group has in store with Multi-task, the follow-up to 2016's debut full-length, Deluxe.

Featuring guitarist and drummer Frankie Broyles (ex-Deerhunter/Balkans) and singer and bass player Philip Frobos, the group's latest single is a jittery and propulsive and post-punk number. The band, in a press release, describes "Equestrian" as "a song for and about the privileged and self-loathing. It can be unknowingly fun and disgusting at the same time to live in the now."

Ex-Warehouse drummer Doug Bleichner (pictured above) joined the band after the song was completed and is a part of the live band. Multi-task is due out Sept. 22 via Trouble in Mind.

Omni plays Irrelevant Music Fest with Material Girls, Jock Gang, Deep State, Soft Option and Glare at the Earl on Thurs., July 20.