Track: Tyne-James Organ’s mellifluous voice graces shimmering track ‘Sunday Suit’ off his newly announced debut album ‘Necessary Evil’



New single ‘Sunday Suit’ has a frenetic racing pace that is energising and buoyant, augmented by Tyne-James Organ‘s mellifluous tones that somehow combine a silk softness with after effects of gargling whiskey and pebbles.

It’s a voice steeped in a weariness and a tenderness that is evocative and raw as it glides over a sparkling anthemic track with a sky high chorus. Organ says of the track:

Sunday Suit is all about dancing away your troubles. In the nude. But alone so it’s not creepy lol. But bringing it to life visually I didn’t want to sing the words ‘dancing naked’ so I thought a Sunday Suit could be a nod to that. This is one of my favourites on the record and I’m very excited to play it live!

Organ has built up an impressive CV in the build up to the release of his debut album. He has shared stages with The Lumineers, Jake Bugg, Middle Kids, and Lime Cordiale to name a few, and several sold out national headline tours in minutes. In addition, he has performed at some of Australia’s biggest festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Falls, Party in the Paddock, Yours and Owls and Fairgrounds.

‘Necessary Evil’ is due out on 21 May 2021 and was recorded in the NSW hinterland during COVID isolation. with longtime creative partner Chris Collins (Middle Kids, Skegss). The single is out now and available along with pre-orders for the album here.

Feature photograph: Jack Shepherd

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