Good Day Noir Family,
Love Ghost’s latest single, “Glock,” is a dynamic and captivating musical collaboration that pushes boundaries and channels a primal energy reminiscent of Jack London’s “The Call of the Wild.”
Glock is Love Ghost’s Single Out Now
The band’s fusion with Mexican Rapper Dan Garcia results in an electrifying synergy that compels listeners to embrace their inner instincts.
The song opens with an undeniable intensity, immediately drawing parallels to the unleashed spirit of the wild in London’s classic novel.
Just as the protagonist dog surrenders to its primal calling, Love Ghost urges us to break free from societal restraints and unleash our inner beast.
This theme is skillfully woven into the song’s fabric, creating a narrative that is both invigorating and thought-provoking.
“Glock” encapsulates a modern soundscape, deftly blending elements of alternative rock and rap.
Love Ghost’s innovative approach shines through, seamlessly interweaving musical genres to create a sonic experience that resonates deeply.
The collaboration with Dan Garcia injects a vibrant cultural dynamic, enhancing the song’s uniqueness and global appeal.
Throughout the song, the tension remains palpable, mirroring the tension between civilization and nature.
Love Ghost masterfully maintains this heightened atmosphere, keeping listeners engaged from start to finish.
The pulsating beats and the raw energy of Dan Garcia’s rap all contribute to the song’s unrelenting momentum.
Glock is Love Ghost’s Single Out Now!
GLOCK is a trap metal/ hard latin rap song in the vein of Scarlxrd, Ghostemane and City Morgue. This collaboration with Mexican Rapper Dan Garcia is an unleashing of your inner beast, the self you mostly keep inside a cage.
It was inspired by both artist’s love for competitive fighting (Dan Garcia was a competitive wrestler in his formative years and Finnegan Bell of Love Ghost has trained in martial arts his entire life). Both artists are huge fans of MMA and boxing. The song was produced by Eipi, a frequent collaborator with Dan Garcia, and was recorded in Mexico.