Fill Your Synthpop Void With Julia Knight’s “Ghost Of You”

The haunting absence of someone.

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Nashville-based songstress, Julia Knight, moans for the absence of someone in her single “Ghost of You” where we get drenched in the warm memories of a person who is no longer there. Taking off with fingersnaps, “Ghost of You” is carefully constructed in a smoky mist of synths that become denser as the dreamy vocals of Knight starts cascading into your ears. The waltzy, calm moments are paired with fast outbursts that resonate the emotional roller-coaster we all go through when moaning for someone who is no longer there. Stream below:

“Ghost of You” was released back in September 30th, 2016 and since then the single has been featured in several playlists. As of now, Knight is working on new music and hasn’t announced any upcoming show dates yet, but stay tuned.