Ghost drop second ‘60s-inspired track “Mary On A Cross” from vinyl EP
Ghost just dropped “Mary On A Cross,” the second song from their ‘60s-inspired EP Seven Inches of Satanic Panic that was unveiled yesterday.
Yesterday, the group dropped a video for the other track on the record, “Kiss The Go-Goat”. That video took the viewer back into the ‘60s with its psychedelic flair and obvious use of mop-top wigs.
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The new track “Mary On A Cross” follows “Kiss The Go-Goat” with its overall catchy sound that’s juxtaposed with the content of the lyrics themselves. You can listen to both new tracks below.
As for the “Kiss The Go-Goat” video, it started with Papa Nihil reminiscing about his past and complaining about the Cardinal Copia era’s lack of Grammys to Sister Imperator.
“Why can’t I have another chance?” he asks before the video heads back in time to the ‘60s where he’s seen performing the new song with a messy wig on.
The grainy video matches the song’s ‘60s sound that’s undoubtedly catchy. We see the younger version of Papa Nihil being a heartthrob during his performance at Los Angeles’ iconic venue Whiskey A Go Go.
You can see the video for “Kiss The Go-Goat” below.
Ghost will be performing an arena tour in the UK and Ireland later this year. Check out those dates below and grab tickets here.
11/16 — Nottingham @ Motorpoint Arena
11/17 — Cardiff @ Motorpoint Arena
11/18 — Glasgow @ The SSE Hydro
11/20 — Dublin @ 3Arena
11/22 — London @ The SSE Arena
11/23 — Leeds @ First Direct Arena
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