Used in the song "Before The Water Gets Too High" from the album Wide Awake. A. Savage speaking to NPR: The first instance of dub influence on this record. That strange sounding instrument you hear is called an Omnichord and it was made by Suzuki as a user-friendly musical accompaniment instrument. Sean helped me record the original demo for this one in his barn, with me on Omnichord, late one night in Pennsylvania where he lives (yes that’s right). A few days later [guitarist and singer] Austin [Brown] laid down the bass line. It’s a pretty gloomy song, warning about a potential apocalypse scenario that we are all constantly distracting ourselves from. — A. Savage You can see it at 20:17 in this live at Rough Trade video.more
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