SBTRKT Debuts New Single “Ghost”

Following the release of “Bodmin Moor” and “Miss The Days” that he released just last week, SBTRKT has returned with “GHOST”
SBTRKT returns with “GHOST”

Following the release of “Bodmin Moor” and “Miss The Days” that he released just last week, SBTRKT has added another new layer, with the release of new single “GHOST.”

Ethereal and spacious, the latest single is a layered concoction of rasping synths and isolated vocals. LEILAH’s voice feels like a seraphic presence throughout, enhanced by scattered injections of distortion and glossy reverb. “GHOST” is prismatic and bursting with ambience, it’s a welcomed reminder of SBTRKT’s ability to create boundary-pushing and multi-sensory sounds irrespective of genre. “GHOST” is about how noisy the world feels, the fatigue it creates and as a result, shutting down and wanting to dissociate whilst withholding your state of mind.

“We started this song when I met artist and now friend Saya Gray around three years ago. This was one of the ideas that came from us linking up… Shortly after, I met LEILAH who’s also a very good friend now. We had been writing a lot together over the pandemic and co-wrote the remaining lyrics,” says SBTRKT speaking on the song’s background.

SBTRKT emerged onto the scene in the early 2010’s, going onto release two critically lauded albums. A prolific collaborator, he has worked with the likes of Ezra Koenig, ASAP Ferg, Little Dragon, Sampha, Drake, The Dream. His sound defines a generation, artfully combining elements from a multitude of genres to create undeniably groundbreaking tracks that exist on the fringes of popular music. This is merely the beginnings of a daring new chapter for SBTRKT.

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