Nameless Ghost released fiery new song titled ‘Slow Down’
The self-produced debut album ‘Under the Surface’ by Toronto indie-rock artist Nameless Ghost was inspired by recent struggles with mental health and personal loss. It was recorded during the bitter Canadian winter. Dave Coleman produced, recorded, and performed everything in his own home recording studio, continuing the proud tradition of independent DIY musicians like Jason Lytle (Grandaddy), Mark Linkous (Sparklehorse), and Elliott Smith. He hired Todd Tobias, a mastering engineer best known for his work with indie folk singer Kramies and lo-fi legends Guided By Voices, to assist with the task.
With its somber melodies and extra-slow rhythm, the first single Slow Down considers the frailty of life. ‘Slow Down’ establishes the mood for the rest of the album and is the first step on a journey through loss, grief, and mental illness. It is infused with lo-fi elements and a DIY mindset.
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