From Indian Lakes- “Ghost”

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From Indian Lakes continue to craft intelligently written, intricately designed songs that always seem to leave me stunned and entranced. They grew quite a bit as musicians between their 2009 debut LP, “The Man With Wooden Legs” and their 2012 follow up, “Able Bodies,” and the singles they’ve released so far from their upcoming LP, “Absent Sounds” are evidence of their continued growth and evolution.

This latest single, “Ghost,” is a carefully constructed, powerfully emotive confessional that makes effective use of the interplay between soaring, dramatic choruses and more quiet, subdued verses that showcase Joey Vannucchi’s impressive vocal range. The artful addition of keyboards and jingle bells to this guitar and percussion-driven song enhance its beauty and draw the listener further in to the complexities and treasures contained within.

Stream “Ghost” here, via A.V. Club, and pre-order “Absent Sounds” here.

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