by Thomas Bedward November 05, 2019
Undeniably one of our favourite up-and-coming bands (to the point they’re even featured on the front page of our new imprint), Love Ghost have returned from their triumphant tour of Japan with a brand new single. A massive new cut poised to blow speakers around the world, ‘Let It All Burn’ comes complete with a huge new video directed by the great Dean Karr.
Another landmark evolution in the band’s sound, ‘Let It All Burn’ is built upon another heartfelt message, with frontman Finnegan Bell explaining that the song is how he sees the world through his eighteen-year-old eyes. The culmination of a monumental year, the new single is forged from “the hypocrisy and unwanted advice” that weighed him down during his senior year, along with the some far more personal struggles. Finnegan continued, “my Dad being diagnosed with stage 3 cancer made me more determined - fuck what they say, I make my own way”.
Arriving with their signature grunge sound, ‘Let It All Burn’ ignites with a more industrial rock vibe than of their previous work, creating a dynamic aural assault that was produced by Danny Saber, a celebrated talent who has worked with The Rolling Stones, U2, Marilyn Manson, and David Bowie. Perfectly balanced by the music video that was directed by Dean Karr, who has previously work with music legends such as Marilyn Manson, Evanescence, Velvet Revolver, Ozzy Osbourne, Cypress Hill, Dr. Dre, Queens of the Stone Age, and Iron Maiden, ‘Let It All Burn’ is arguably the band’s most impressive single to date.
Set against the backdrop of a working iron foundry in South Gate, CA, the new video sees the band sweltering through high temperatures, molten iron, and a medley of industrial scenes to bring their unique modern grunge to the world. Check it out above, and be sure to head over to Apple Music, Spotify, and Soundcloud to catch up on all the latest releases from the band.
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