Known ForArtist/Band, Sound, Writing
Two spooky kids from a missing milk carton never got found, died, and became ghosts. These ghosts got stuck in a room covered in cobwebs. After freeing their hands from the sheets of self-criticism, they grabbed a couple of guitars. They holed up in the room living on nothing but s’mores, coffee, and cigarettes.
They decided to start a band.
Riding the wave of a cinematic soundscape out of the room, the kids are sending their songs full of dark humor and spectral beauty into the world. Their sound is a swamp-soaked blend of country, noir, and pop rock. “Their layered, gentle folk sound is born out of simplicity, a natural creativity that is free without constraint or attachment. An imprint that is deeper than pictures caught on camera, ghost prom displays the melancholic blessing that we travel through with time. It’s letting a friend cry on their shoulder with no explanation, an understated understanding between pals.” (PR Press), “Sonically, this gem is a bittersweet, alt-country ballad with an indie pop sparkle (yes it’s damn catchy!). Last but not least, the lyrics are an ode to friendship, and what a priceless gemstone may be.” (Last Day Deaf).
“Let Me Alone,” the second single of our upcoming album Void Sweet Void is out now. Album out Nov. 17