Mon 6 May 2019 to Sun 12 May 2019

Kevin Morby - Oh My God

With his four acclaimed solo albums and myriad records of various collaboration, Kevin Morby has become a true musical auteur. Now Morby delivers his career-best double LP Oh My God, out now via Dead Oceans. A lavish and resplendent album that is epic in scope as well as sound. 

Throughout his past work, Morby has noticed the ubiquity of an apparent religious theme. Though not identifying as religious in the slightest, Morby recognises in himself a somewhat spritiual being with a secular attitude towards the soulful.

"Religion is around all of us. It's a universal language and there is profound beauty in it. I've found it a useful tool within songwriting, as it's something everyone can relate to on some level. There are religious themes or imagery in a lot of what I've done, so I wanted to get all of that out and speak only that language for a whole record. It's not a born-again thing' it's more that 'oh my god' is such a profound statement that we all  usemultiple times a day and means so many different things."

This synethetic concept plays into the broader vision for the record. Never has Morby zeroed in on an overall aesthetic to the degree of detail that he has with Oh My God. This is a record that needs to be played through from start to finish and then on repeat. 


Vanishing Twin - 'You Are Not An Island' 

Vanishing Twin - You Are Not An Island (Live on KEXP)

Mod Vigil - 'Automatic Remorse'

Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wada and Friends - 'Niagara (Laurel Halo "Lilith" Mix)'

Retiree - 'Gate'

Dio S - 'Byzantine Call'

The Jackets - 'Dreamer'

Amon Tobin - 'On a Hilltop Sat the Moon'

Fulton Street - 'Told How to Walk'

Underground System - 'Just A Place (Sol Power All​-​Stars Remix)'