Organised Scum Unveil New Single ‘Fotograph’
British indie/art-pop trio Organised Scum have just unveiled their brand new single Fotograph, out now via independent label Kaleidoscope and the fisrt single of their upcoming EP.

I am loving the guitar riffs and infectious bassline that instantly draw the listener to this gem. Fotograph is packed with lots of groove and I'm enjoying the smart vocal hooks and how they flow over the guitar-heavy instrumental. There are also hypnotic psychedelic flourishes that just give the song a cool, artsy atmosphere. The guys really give that English indie/art-pop feel to their musi and I think you guys will love it as much as I do. Check it out below!

Speaking about the song, lead singer Tom Duggins said,
Fotograph is about the unending documentation of our own lives. The self-surveillance that we all take part in. It's also about the pure saturation of image in the world today. Because we buy products online before we've seen them IRL, and people use dating apps to decide whether or not to give someone the time of day on the basis of a static photo - it's almost as if the photo precedes everything else. The constant exchange of images becomes its own separate reality - one which seems more sanitary and risk - free than real life, but you don't have to look far to see the casualties. Whether it's a rise in eating disorders or a general negative impact on people's mental health - this supposedly fun thing is fucked up in all sorts of dire ways

Organised Scum are Tom Duggins (Vocals, Guitar), Tom Williams (Bass) and Sean Canty (Drums).