There’s a good chance that Love Ghost won’t allow you to go a month without fresh music. A prolific band, they have melted genre boundaries with their honest lyrics and steadfast approach to music making. Their latest song is a link back to their punk roots from way back when they started. This is their single with Wiplash, Left on Read.
That rhythm becomes ingrained when you listen to the opening chord progression as well. You hear the percussion and vocals together, coming like a steam engine with quite some energy and a catchy verse section. The sound that Love Ghost have achieved is incredible, considering we haven’t heard live instruments on the forefront in their hip-hop centred journeys. At their absolute peak, this group has held interest in forging a particular style that is the voice of multiple generations. With a foot in the past and leaping to the present and future, this is everything a music lover could want and need. The chorus is a definite etch the diary moment, and there is a lot to process with the lyrics as well. A contemporary signage, with a lasting feeling that says it all.
Singles like Glock, Payback have been their newer additions, and they are always adding new artists in their roster to feature. This would be great in the movie The King of Staten Island (2020), specifically in some scenes involving Davidson’s relationship. You can catch Love Ghost with their song above and follow them for more fun tracks like this!