“It’s about sort of drawing a line under everything and moving on from that,” GEORGE GADD reveals ahead of new single SHAKE A GHOST.
Gadd’s latest offering is an exploration into the crevices of his mind – memories of “my mental health in the aftermath of an unhealthy relationship” and “playing a lot of shows with my old band as a means of escape and it was wearing me down” surround the recollection of how Shake a Ghost was written.
These themes are present throughout the three-and-a-half-minute synth-doused track. With lyrics such as “it wasn’t your words that hit me” and “I was broken when I met you, now I’m just a mess,” Shake a Ghost is unapologetic. Gadd tells it as it is and makes no attempt to soft-soap what is eating him up inside.
Tour dates can be found below:
- June 15 – Bodega, Nottingham
- June 16 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
- July 13 – 2000 Trees, Cheltenham
- July 15 – BlokOut Festival, Derby
- July 21 – Splendour Festival, Nottingham
SHAKE A GHOST IS PREMIERING EXCLUSIVELY VIA LOOSE CARDIGAN OF IDEAS & RELEASED ON JUNE 15 THROUGH BIG BOY RECORDS