Organ Morgan releases new single “The Argument” and publicizes debut EP

Previously the drummer in Blaenavon; McMillan’s solo challenge Organ Morgan references ’70s Canadian icons comparable to Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Neil Younger as key factors of affect, in addition to famend Italian songwriters Fabrizio De André and Lucio Battisti.

“”The Argument” was impressed by a beachfront cafe in Brighton referred to as ‘The Assembly Place’,” he says. “It was often abandoned on wet days however would name out order numbers for invisible clients over the tannoy. I began imagining the tales which may result in a gathering there and one explicit thought of two lovers making an attempt to remain cross with one another through the course of an argument grew to become the music.”

Talking extra on the themes at play inside the EP, McMillan mentioned: “Initially I hadn’t meant for there to be a connection between these songs, although it grew to become obvious I used to be dealing largely with romantic considerations. There isn’t a actual narrative or neat level to be made, relatively a string of impressions and cussed recollections. They’re ‘love songs’ however stripped of that handy veneer. I hope they provide a extra relatable account of the turbulence, each good and dangerous, that may exist inside a relationship.”

Organ Morgan launched their first two singles in 2021 through Campbell Baum’s (Sorry) people imprint Broadside Hacks. His forthcoming debut EP Figurehead was recorded and produced (over the course of two weeks in 2022) at Black Bay Studios, an ex-crab processing manufacturing facility on the Hebridean Island of Nice Bernera, Scotland.