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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As teased in that video yesterday, the band are dropping the 7” with the two tracks. It is available to order here and you can stream it now. 

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

What do you think of the new Ghost song “Mary On A Cross”? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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