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Crumb Continues To Semi-Traumatize Us With “Ghostride”

Kinda dreamy

Photo: Salim Garcia

Through hauntingly gorgeous vocals and slow-burning chords, Brooklyn-based Crumb builds a semi-ethereal and fully paranormal atmosphere with their latest single “Ghostride.” The song feels like anesthesia on your body, making you feel chill as if you’ve been possessed by a ghost. But by no means it’s scary – think of it as psych pop on Xanax:

“Ghostride” is from the quartet’s upcoming debut album Jinx, which will be out on June 14th. They will start their European tour later this summer so go see them:

8/8 – New York, NY @ SummerStage (East River Park)

8/17 – Paredes, Portugal @ Paredes de Coura

8/19 – Cologne, Germany @ Acephale

8/20 – Düdingen, Switzerland @ Bad Bonn

8/22 – Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Rotown

8/23 – Storkow, Germany @ Alínæ Lumr

8/24 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Loppen

8/26 – Oslo, Norway @ Ingensteds

8/27 – Bergen, Norway @ Perfect Sounds Forever

8/28 – Hamburg, Germany @ Hafenklang

8/30 – Vlieland, Netherlands @ Into the Great Wide Open

8/31 – Dublin, Ireland @ Electric Picnic

9/1 – Dorset, UK @ End of the Road Festival

9/3 – Manchester, UK @ YES

9/4 – London, UK @ The Dome

9/6 – Paris, France @ Le Pop-Up du Label

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