Comparisons of artists to those who have come before them can often be a case of lazy journalism and, in many ways, a belittlement of the creativity that has lead to the sound of the more recent. But in the case of three-piece These Ghosts, the early Radiohead-esque vibes are almost impossible to deny. Like the former, These Ghosts' eclectic and perfectly balanced mix of guitars and electronica make for a memorable listening experience - albeit one that leaves you slightly on edge at times - as can be heard in lead single 'Where Two Lines Meet'.

Formed in back in their teenage days many moons ago, college friends Calum Duncan, Nick Yager, and Harry Hall underwent somewhat of a geographically-imposed sabbatical after the release of their 2010 debut LP You Are Not Lost, You Are Here. However, since leaving their respective universities, the three-piece are now back stronger than ever and their second offering Still The Waves offers a mix of tracks that shows a maturity and evolution that comes only after those formative early adult years.

Out on 15th September of this year, the ten-track LP features a wide array of sonic delights as the trio flex their musical muscles to keep the listener on their proverbial toes throughout.

Forthcoming live dates (supporting Tall Ships):

08/10 - Manchester - Soup Kitchen (link:

09/10 - Bristol - The Christmas Steps (link:

10/10 - London - The Old Blue Last (link:

11/10 - Brighton - The Albert (link:

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