Omni Share New Video For “Skeleton Key”

Omni Share New Video For "Skeleton Key"
Omni "Skeleton Key"

Omni release their Sub Pop debut Networker, on November 1st. The LP was written between tours and a handful of studio sessions, allowing Omni’s Frankie Broyles and Philip Frobos to push their songwriting boundaries while playing live. Longtime collaborator, Nathaniel Higgins returned to help capture what is described as their most “HI-FI” album to date. Together they recorded the LP in Vienna, GA between November 2018 – April 2019.

Ahead of Networker’s release, Omni have shared a new video for “Skeleton Key.” Frontman Philip Frobos had this to share about the song: “when Frankie and I wrote “Skeleton Key” it felt like a turning point for our record, as though we had reached a new rock n roll echelon and Networker was truly underway. Lyrically this came together after hearing about some friends’ strange, surprising and sometimes hilarious online dating experiences.”

As previously announced the band will embark on a 28 date world tour this fall in support of Networker. The North American run will kick off on Oct. 23rd in Nashville, and find the group touring through Chicago, Brooklyn, DC, and Raleigh, ending in their home city of Atlanta on Nov. 4th.

Omni
Networker
Tracklisting
Sub Pop

1. Sincerely Yours
2. Courtesy Call
3. Moat
4. Underage
5. Skeleton Key
6. Genuine Person
7. Present Tense
8. Blunt Force
9. Flat Earth
10. Networker
11. Sleep Mask

Sub Pop
Live

Oct. 23 – Nashville, TN – The Basement
Oct. 25 – Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle
Oct. 27 – Toronto, ON – The Garrison
Oct. 28 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz
Oct. 29 – Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right
Oct. 30 – Brooklyn, NY – Sultan Room
Nov. 2 – Washington, DC – Pie Shop Bar
Nov. 3 – Raliegh, NC – Kings Raleigh
Nov. 4 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
Nov. 10 – Kortrijk, BE – Sonic City Festival
Nov. 11 – Hamburg, DE – Molotov (Sky Bar)
Nov. 12 – Copenhagen, DK – Loppen
Nov. 13 – Berlin, DE – BERGHAIN KANTINE
Nov. 14 – Utrecht, NL – Ekko
Nov. 15 – Le Havre, FR – Mc Daids
Nov. 18 – Paris, FR – La Boule Noire
Nov. 19 – Lille, FR – La Bulle
Nov. 20 – Brussels, BE – Le Botanique
Nov. 21 – Colmar, FR – Le Grillen
Nov. 22 – St. Gallen, CH Palace St. Gallen
Nov. 23 – Lyon, FR – Sonic
Nov. 25 – Brighton, UK – The Hope & Ruin
Nov. 26 – Bristol, UK – Rough Trade Bristol
Nov. 27 – Manchester, UK – YES
Nov. 28 – Glasgow, UK – Mono (Glasgow)
Nov. 29 – Leeds, UK – The Brudenell Social Club
Nov. 30 – London, UK – Oslo