The UK Band Draw Inspiration from the Sounds of the Moog Synthesizer Range.
No strangers to experimenting with music, London 3-piece Ghosts of Our Former Selves love to cross the boundaries of genre and form with their music. Their latest release Moog Bass is the prime example of this leftfield thinking. Inspired by and named after, Moog synthesizers distinctive bass sound – The new EP sees the trio delve further into the psychedelic, experimenting with elements of electro, pop and acid funk.
Each band member brings a unique input to the creative output. Between them, they’ve co-written worldwide hits and received plaudits from some of the biggest artists around. They’ve also built a solid fanbase online through their stunning live videos.
The new EP sees the 70’s soul band go off-piste in a big way. It’s a unique project with elements of pop, indie, electro and funk throughout. There’s a truly unique cover of The 1975’s Love it If We Made It, as well as the upbeat charm of the lead single Life’s What You Make It. Father’s Song also has a beautiful melancholy, detailing a personal experience with the subject’s father.