PALM GHOSTS Back With Full-Hearted Beauty – Here’s New Single ‘THE GOLDEN AGE’…

Daily fuel to load your sonic batteries…

Moony Nashville daydreamers PALM GHOSTS already touched Turn Up The Volume‘s
soul last June with their third, impassioned longplayer Architecture. It’s actually one
of the most delicate and captivating guitar pop records I heard all year. And with their
new single the band confirms once again, graciously and stylishly, their gripping, high-quality songwriting qualities.

THE GOLDEN AGE is a full-hearted beauty, a melancholic pearl, a romantic humdinger.
At the very heart of it is a sepia colored melody that will send you to never-never land instantly. With poetic guitar lines, yearning female/male duet vocals and matching, atmospheric synths Palm Ghosts designed a sweet symphony for the twilight hours.
A sunbeam in the darkness. Experience the healing force here…

You were spinning on the fringes
Moving faster than the light
I could follow you forever
Your every move Illuminates the night
You and I is all I ever knew
In the golden age

Once I backed you in a corner
Broken hearted and afraid
I never really meant to hurt you
Some days were sunlight, some were rain
You’re all I ever wanted in the world
My golden age

Skipping rocks into the river
Like my heart when you arrive
Staring deep into the water
You break me down, I’m lost just like a child
You and me and everyone we knew
I’m so glad I spent it all with you
the golden age

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And while we’re here let’s have another ARCHITECTURE spin on Bandcamp

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