Ghost Gum gives us “More,” a new single with (some) album details

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Ghost Gum | photo by Ariel Lin | courtesy of the artist

Philly indie rockers Ghost Gum released a great EP of demos a few years back and then were dormant for a long, long while. That changed last month with the release of “Edible Complex,” a new rager that has since been removed from Bandcamp. Sad face. But today the band posted “More,” another track from their 2015 recording sessions at Headroom Studios and Big Mama’s studio with Kyle Pulley of Thin Lips, as well as  Evan Bernard and Chris Baglivo of The Superweaks. (All three used to be in Dangerous Ponies, too. History, people.)

The song comes from the band’s forthcoming release The Past, The Future, Dwelling there like space, and though details are scant on when we can expect that, the deadpan vocal harmonies and Black Tambourine x Magnetic Fields vibes, plus the delivery of two awesome new jams in a short window, has us closely paying attention. Listen below. 

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