Warm Ghost Signs To Partisan Records

15 Nov

Warm Ghost are a band we’ve been keeping our eyes on for a while. The Brooklyn synth wave duo consist of Paul Duncan and Oliver Chapoy. After the release of their Ep, Claws Overhead; the band has signed with Partisan Records, where they will release an expanded version of Claws Overhead. The band is currently working on a full length LP, which will be released next year. We expect big things from this band. This is what Adam Willis from Bear In Heaven had to say in a press release :

“Cold Wave synths. David Sylvian-esque vocals. 10 second delay. This is Warm Ghost. Made up of our long time friends Paul Duncan and Oliver Chapoy. They just released a pretty much perfect EP, Claws Overheard on our favorite micro-label out of Atlanta called Geographic North, and we’ve already played it out. Paul has been putting out solo records for the last 10 years, and we all agree, this is his best effort yet. Most of us have played either on Paul’s records or in his live band over the years, and I gotta say, I wish I was in this one too. These songs just blend just about everything I like about music. Low frequencies, smart chord changes, minor scale drones, heartfelt lyrics, and infectious hooks. There’s certainly been a surge of synth-driven pop bubbling to the surface over the last year (um, dunno if you’ve noticed from our record, we love synths) but I think it’s Paul’s vocals that truly separates them from their peers… Paul’s vocal range is wide and able, and adding this super romantic warmth to a colder musical palette. Warm Ghost has played a handful of shows here in NYC over the last couple of months, and all signs point to big things for these guys. Dig it”.

Don’t worry Adam, we dig it.

Posted by : Max Mohenu


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