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Seeing Ghosts

Seeing Ghosts might be the only rookie on the local rock roster that lists Bruno Mars and Boyz II Men as influences alongside the likes of Emarosa and Memphis May Fire. Eagerly anticipating the release of their first EP, Echoes ( produced by Kris Krummet ), the band prepares to unveil to the masses their personal blend of maniacal, musical madness.

“It’s about going insane, and coming to your senses at the end of it all.”

This spring, Seeing Ghosts aims to spring from the shadows like a rock apparition, taking front and center stage on the national music scene with Echoes. The release is a product of contemporary metal, pop and R&B influences colliding with five talented young musicians and production mastermind Kris Crummett.

“It’s about growth and progression from dark times to good.”

Echoes’s discography is marked by soulful vocals interspersed with intense screams and backed by ambient guitar riffs unlike any other sound on the scene today. It’s a soundtrack for the strong-willed and the heavy-hearted; for the passionate and relentless; the unlikely optimists and the confined dreamers.

Captivating listeners with a no-bullshit attitude and the overpowering message of hope through the darkness, Seeing Ghosts has made a lasting impression on listeners of all ages. The band is thrilled to have wrapped up the recording process, which they describe as sporadic and fast-paced while simultaneously allowing for innovative and intuitive composition.

“It’s a buildup to better things. You get broken down to get built back up again. It’s not about the beginning or the end; it’s about the middle.” [+]