Ghost by Troln: Review
“Ghost” is a hauntingly (pun intended) beautiful track composed by Troln. They’re a mysterious indie-pop band with elements of avant-garde and baroque pop in their mix. The vocalist Helene Navne has a magical voice that’ll enchant your soul. Her sway will captivate you into getting into the track with an in-depth listen.
Troln is a complete unit as a band. They really stand out when dreamy guitar chords, a clean bass arrangement, and simple beats are combined. With the sound of lightning and the overall instrumental arrangement, the song is dramatic and this cinematic appeal truly draws you in. This is so that “Ghost” sounds like both a well-written song and a story that the musicians are telling with their craft. That is a potent and adaptable method of songwriting in and of itself. The minor key arrangements have a magnificently ominous sound. While Troln is holding your hand throughout the glorious sounds, the guitar solo is like entering a psychedelic maze.
Overall, “Ghost” is a phenomenal track that you should give listen to. I believe experimental music, like the type Troln composes should be celebrated and understood by everyone. Witnessing such talent in action is peaceful and colorful, and I hope the band has more in store for us. According to Troln, ”Ghost” is about fleeing from your own demons in the midst of adversity. It’s about letting yourself absorb some warmth, believing in love, and living in the moment.
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Review by: Damien Reid