If there’s one word that defines Origami Angel, a spritely Washington, D.C. bred act that excels in exploratory fusions of pop-punk and fifth-wave emo — not to mention the seemingly dozens of other genres they keep in their back pocket — it would be friendship.
Origami Angel (or Gami, as they are affectionately known by their fans) first made their mark on the scene in spring of 2017. Finally, in spring 2021, the stage is set for Gami Gang. The album sees Heagy and Doherty reaching their respective peaks as musicians, stacking each of the album’s songs with fizzy, frenetic interplay and choices as bold as they are exciting.
Heagy and Doherty are songwriters of sheer heft and momentum, their intimidatingly high-quality musicianship only trumped by their melodic know-how and knack for brilliantly relatable, self-deprecating lyricism. Origami Angel want to be the best like no one ever was, and so far it seems like very little is going to be able to stand in their way.
AB: Black, CD: White w Black Splatter /200
AB: Black, CD: White w Black Cornetto /300
AB: Black, CD: White /500
AB: White w Black Color in Color, CD: Black /500