Guitarist/backup vocalist Oscar Brodin describes No Omega quite lucidly. “We’re all rejects, people who have trouble fitting into society’s standards and ideals. The only thing that makes sense to us is playing music.” Since coming together in 2010, the band have worked hard to make strong connections with promoters, bands and fans, but more importantly, creating a sound that’s both vibrant and melancholy. “It really has to have that ‘No Omega sound,’” Brodin says about the writing of their next album. “Those chords that have a beautiful, but sad and depressing sound to them.” In addition to writing the follow-up to Metropolis, No Omega are planning a U.S. tour in June 2014.
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