Orgy share new song “Karma Kastles”

West coast industrial/alternative rockers Orgy – consisting of Jay Gordon (lead vocals), Carlton Bost (guitar, backing vocals), Nic Speck (bass, backing vocals), Creighton Emrick (guitar, backing vocals) and Marton Veress (drums) – have premiered their new studio track, “Karma Kastles,” which you can stream below in official lyric video form. The track serves as the first single from a new Orgy EP, which will arrive later this year.

I wrote ‘Karma Kastles’ about the madness people in LA face–when it comes to relationships (both romantic and bromantic),” says Gordon. “There are just so many options on both sides, it gets insanely difficult to keep up with the madness and treachery. It’s tough enough just trying to figure out who your ‘real’ friends are, let alone trying to date someone here.

Gordon adds, “Things like geographical desirability and what kind of whip you drive, unfortunately play such bizarre roles in the typical LA relationship. We all build our own ‘Karma Kastles’ here in La La Land. Toxic and jaded with a twist of sex and a hint of scandal. Then we wake up like ‘wtf was I even thinking!’ You gotta love it, ‘cause it builds character and makes you miss home, wherever you’re from.

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