As of today, Monday, November 18th 2013, Organs is available to buy and listen to from Tom’s bandcamp (and should be on itunes and spotify shortly as far as i’m aware) and it is well worth listening to. I’m not just saying that as a fan, which I sure am, but objectively this is an incredible album, incomparable to really anything. It takes you in from the very first second and doesn’t let you go even after the last note. It gets inside you and infects your thinking, leaving many who’ve heard it saying they don’t feel like they’ll see the world in the same way again.
As touched on in this in-depth and accurate review, Tom looks inside himself and spills out his organs in such a way that you can’t help but spill out your own. It leaves you exhausted afterwards, trying to grasp at any shred of familiarity left inside yourself, and then you realise that there’s nothing there.
It’s not often that listening to album evokes such a physical response in addition to an emotional one, but that’s what this album does. And it is very much an album, something which begs to be appreciated as a whole, not merely tracks which happened to sit next to each other in someone’s music library. So please take an hour out of your day to listen to and experience the majesty which is Organs, and hopefully you will get as much out of it as I, and many others, have.