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The musician has also announced a national tour!

Australian alt-rock artist Tyne-James Organ is back, ushering in a new era with the release of his new single, Blue. The track arrives alongside a monochromatic visual, directed by the musician himself and shot and edited by Mikey Conlon.

Driven by Organ's signature intimate and introspective lyricism, the track documents the support and unconditional love between a mother and their child whilst navigating the loss of a parent. Drawing on his own mental health when his father passed away, hopeful lyricism unfurls throughout the song brought to life by Organ's hypnotic and powerful vocal performance. Teaming up once again with longtime collaborator, producer Chris Collins (Royel Otis, Gretta Ray, Budjerah), the track utilises Organ's vocals straight from the songs demo, placing them above a mesmerising soundscape fuelled by driving percussion and swelling guitar melodies that build to a rapturous climax.

"Throughout that challenging time, my mum was my unwavering support, and the song captures our conversations." Organ shares. "There was something extraordinary about the origin of the song—the day we wrote it, the atmosphere in the room,"

To celebrate the release, Organ is hitting the road on a national tour. Kicking off with a performance at Adelaide's Unibar on August 4, the Blue Tour will continue onto Melbourne's The Corner Hotel on August 5 and Brisbane's The Zoo on August 12, before wrapping up with a set at Icebreaker Festival in Sydney on August 20. Supported by Death By Denim, tickets are on sale now! Organ is also set to appear at Clearly Festival in Kiama on November 11.

Blue is out now!


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