Orgy Share Previously Unreleased Video For “Spells”

Orgy have shared a previously unreleased music video for their song “Spells”. That track is from the band’s 2015 EP “Talk Sick.”

Frontman Jay Gordon commented:

“Hey Fans, Friends and Fiends,

We just wanted to reach out during these hard times to let you know we haven’t forgotten about all of you. These times are especially difficult for everyone, not just the music industry. While it’s probably for the best, it sure does suck, not being able to perform live for all of you. We miss it just as much as you probably do, if not more. We can’t wait to get the new record to you either. We have restructured and reshaped the sound again, to bring you something u can sink your teeth (fangs, etc.) into.

While we are utilizing this downtime to work, we were forced to do everything from our individual houses, so we moved out of studios and into our cribs so that we can continue to push forward with the record.

However, we had been sitting on a video for the song “Spells” directed by Mykyta Samusiev, produced by Anna Tveritina and Visual Effects, Director, Producer Henry Lipatov. We figured (even tho so much has changed regarding the sound of Orgy since then), why not at least release the “Spells” video on all major platforms, & give it away to any of you that want it.

That being said we hope u enjoy it.

We hope the video will at least be a distraction from all the drama going on out there!

Stay Safe, Stay Well, & most importantly Stay Optimistic. We will ALL get through these complicated times.

We are with each and every one of you!

Looking forward to seeing all of you again with a new record and tour when they open live music venues hopefully in 2021!!

Hope all of you can make it!

Big ups in large doses,

Jay & Orgy”

Hot Water Music, Torche, Sparta, Etc. Set For 2020 The Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2020 edition of The Fest. The event will take place on October 30 – November 1 in Gainesville, FL.

Here’s the initial lineup:

  • Hot Water Music (performing “A Flight And A Crash” on night 1, all request set on night 2)
  • Cursive (20th anniversary of “Domestica” set)
  • Samiam (20th anniversary of “Astray set)
  • Frank Turner
  • The Flatliners (10th anniversary of “Cavalcade” set)
  • Red City Radio
  • Strike Anywhere
  • Torche
  • A Wilhelm Scream
  • Good Riddance
  • Sparta
  • The Applesee Cast
  • Tim Barry
  • Modern Life Is War
  • Mustard Plug
  • The Bad Signs
  • Bong Mountain
  • The Copyrights
  • Criteria
  • Dead Bars
  • Devon Kay & The Solutions
  • Dikembe
  • Dollar Signs
  • The Farewell Bend
  • Giants Chair
  • Gouge Away
  • Graduating Life
  • Kill Lincoln
  • Makewar
  • Mock Orange
  • Moving Targets
  • Origami Angel
  • Pool Kids
  • Prince Daddy & The Hyena
  • Signals Midwest
  • Sincere Engineer
  • Skatune Network
  • Slingshot Dakota
  • Such Gold
  • Taking Meds
  • Typesetter
  • We Are The Union
  • Wolf-Face
  • Zeta
  • After The Fall
  • Answering Machine
  • Articles
  • Billy Liar
  • Cabana Wear
  • Cold Wrecks
  • Debt Neglector
  • Demons
  • Elders
  • Expert Timing
  • I Like Allie
  • Insignificant Other
  • Jail Socks
  • Kali Masi
  • Lapêche
  • Leg Biters
  • Little Teeth
  • Lone Wolf
  • Lost Love
  • Machinist!
  • New Junk City
  • Niiice.
  • Pity Party
  • Phogoh
  • Rational Anthem
  • Reconciler
  • Riskee & The Ridicule
  • S.M.N.
  • The Scutches
  • Secret Spirit
  • Spells
  • Sports Reference
  • Suck Brick Kid
  • Sunliner
  • Teen Agers
  • Telethon
  • Tim Holehouse
  • Virginity
  • Woolbright
  • You Vandal
  • Amygdala
  • Brightr
  • Carpool
  • Consent
  • Dead Friends
  • Dog Party
  • Echo Base
  • Ghouli
  • Guilhem
  • Gutless
  • The Longest Hall
  • Menagramo
  • Original Sharkes
  • Postage
  • Soft Clicks
  • Sparrows