A somber tune to go along with the rainy NYC day there is hope within “Ghost” as the beat picks up midway and the motivation to keep going becomes apparent. This lo-fi rock tune brings the comfort of your hometown record store as your peruse the shelfs looking for your next vinyl to add to your collection. “Ghost” brings a mood that takes both the high and low road and the constant pedal tone in certain guitar riffs gives it a meditative quality. If you’re on the hunt for a promising young indie rock group check out Bodies On The Beach “Ghost” below!
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FROM THE ARTIST:
Bodies On The Beach began as solitary exploration for Navid Eliot. With the addition of two Seattle music scene mainstays (Evan Gackstatter and Andrew Ginn), the home recordings of Eliot began to shift: from art project to art-centric rock n roll.
As in his work in the nationally-celebrated Planes On Paper, Eliot’s fingerpicking remains the simple, skeletal foundation of Bodies On The Beach, though now amidst swirls of tape delay and reverb. Author Ari Rosenschein described the project by saying, “like other self-aware tunesmiths, Eliot knows that good tremolo guitar and song chops go a long way.”
Bodies On The Beach released their first single and B side, “Coaster,” on March 5th. Their first EP, Ghost, is slated for release in late 2019.