GHOST PARADE Share Vibrant New Video for “Low,” Featured on The Deli & Absolute Punk

By Chris Dahlberg

Published on Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Ghost Parade released a video for the song “Low” at the end of July, which comes off their debut EP Foundation. The group plays what they describe as “Aggressive Smooth Rock”, and I’ve seen them compared to Circa Survive which seems like a good starting point. Check out the entire EP below as well as the video, and if this material is any indication this band should manage to generate quite a bit of buzz as they progress.

Check out the Premiere on The Deli

Check out the Feature on Absolute Punk

Watch “Low”

GHOST PARADE, San Francisco’s prominent duo, have just premiered their newest video for “Low” on The Deli Magazine, alongside an impressive feature on Absolute Punk. Compared to acts such as Circa Survive with a slight dose of The Deftones, Ghost Parade bring a energetic sound to the table that is truly a unique combination. The vibrant new video features the band playing live, with the help of an enthusiastic Panda in tow. “Low” shows the brilliant energy the band mixes into their overall performance.

The duo of Justin Bonifacio (Vocals/Guitars) and George Woods (Guitars/Vocals) are both captivating and haunting, as their special brand of rock n’ roll will entice your ears.

Taken from their debut EP, Foundation, Bonifacio and Woods share a love and influence of Jazz music, which creates a distinct uniqueness. From Vince Guaraldi and Charlie Mingus, the group also looks to knew inspirations such as Kimbra and Tyler the Creator. Their admiration for past and present Jazz artists is brought to life with their love for straight forwarded Pop Music; something one does not find very often. Often referring to their sound as “Aggressive Smooth Rock”, Ghost Parade stands on their own.



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