"Ghost Beach are the Venn diagram of their influences—Peter Gabriel,
Talking Heads, The Police, and Daft Punk—and then some, thanks to
a shitload of synths, some nostalgic 80s sonics and even the occasional reggae
groove. The sound is unmistakably their own.” – VICE’s Noisey
“If you can get people dancing as early as noon.
You're good. They did." – NPR’s All Songs Considered
“…a radiant and catchy cut fit for a tropical island
dance party.” – Consequence of Sound
Brooklyn-based duo Ghost Beach will release their debut album, Blonde, on March 4. Perfecting their unique blend of retro & futuristic soaring synth pop, the band previously shared party-starting album cut “On My Side,” featured on People Magazine + “Every Time We Touch,” a funk-infused blazer, strapped with an infectious bassline & classic house beats.
VICE’s Noisey just unleashed another unmistakable Ghost Beach hit in the form of Blonde album cut, “Without You.” Showcasing their love for influences Ace of Base & UB40, the track features a full-on reggae vibe complemented perfectly by the duo’s distinctive, cutting-edge contemporary touch.
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