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Love Ghost’s The Scarlet Letter is a song of such haunting beauty it leaves you achingly mesmerized. Taken from their newly released debut LP Lobotomy, it sits like an emotional landmine between the controlled rage of opener Girl Pusher, and the punch in the face of Parasitical Identity…It is powerful, it is breathtaking, and by the song’s end we are witnessing the musical shattering of a mind; a consciousness that, filled with frustration and no escape, implodes upon itself in anger and confusion…Love Ghost’s musical maturity and their raw, articulated honesty goes to show why they are such an important band in today’s climate of denial. Read full article at Anti-Heroin Chic


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The new 13 track record Lobotomy by Love Ghost is a full-on sonic adventure. Right from the opener “Girl Pusher” the raw energy punches you right in the face. The production is top notch and musicianship at a level much higher than expected considering their age. The explosion of power continues on “Parasitical Identity” and “Nowhere.” Even when the music downshifts for a minute to let you catch your breath, the band is only setting up for another rise to uncontrollable intensity. An interesting twist is Love Ghost’s take on the Irish folk classic “Danny Boy.” The grunge sound takes it to levels not experienced before. On “Tall Poppies” we hear more of Viola creating more innovative sound to set the band apart from contemporaries.  The ride continues all the way to the closer “In My Head Again.” This one has a darker vibe that takes us to a strange place. Sounds seem to come from all angles to attack our mind. The power has never wavered. We are left in an almost exhausted state but a smile remains on our face. This is what music is supposed to do!  Read full article at Indie Band Guru

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Listen, I know ghosts scare you, but trust me, these ghosts are very easy to love! Their insistence on giving listeners some of the rawest/most explosive rock music in the industry will inspire you, and their knack for creating music that makes you feel something will keep you hooked. Move over Casper, these ghosts might just be more lovable than you!... I think the biggest draw of “Nowhere” is its youthful energy. With the premise of the the track revolving around the misguided confidence teenagers have when reaching their dreams, I think its only right that musically you get lots and lots of vivacious energy.  “This Is the Truth” is as beautiful as a ballad is going to get. As expected, it contains lots of soulful singing, and an instrumental that keeps poking at my already fragile heart.  love how this song is mostly somber, but at the end, turns into absolute mayhem! I’m talking drums banging, bass boomin’ and an absolutely ferocious guitar inception. “Tall Poppies” … boasts numbing vocals by the lead singer, a kick ass violin contribution, and some explosive guitar-play and drumming… each individual in this group cares dearly about their craft, which I believe is the driving force behind the passionate rock music you hear. They also have youth on their side, an aspect that is impossible to emulate or fake. Their instrument-play, lyrical content and boisterous vocals talk directly to my soul, swaying it into places that are both dark and cautiously optimistic. I appreciate their music, their brand, and most importantly, their fearlessness. Read full article at The Ratings Game


Teenage rock band Love Ghost has succeeded in creating a unique visual for their latest single ‘Parasitical Identity’. The haunting video features stunningly dark stop-animation from Dave Long. The soundtrack to this poignant portrayal of psychosis features the band’s signature mix of heavy rock coupled with grunge and garage rock elements. Bell’s poetic vocals are set against clashing guitars and driving drums with melancholy dripped viola riffs draping the evocative soundscape. Read full article at Spill Magazine



That contrast begins on the arrangement level, where Mya Greene’s viola weaves depth and nuance into Finn Bell’s crushing grunge guitar and Ryan Stevens’ bass. Between Samson Young’s deliberate drums and a seemingly aimless melody, “Nowhere” captures an essential paradox of the teenage experience: the feeling of having no specific destination, and the imperative to get there yesterday. The video, directed by Dan Bell, harnesses the same duality. Pairing dramatic rooftop performance footage with Lena Bishop’s colorful animated sequences, it’s the visual equivalent of the track’s Pixies-style dynamics. Love Ghost are the picture of a promising teenage band. Here’s hoping the path to ‘Nowhere’ brings them back around for more. Read full article at The All Scene Eye



On March 26, California-based alternative rock band Love Ghost released an enthralling new single entitled ‘Scarlet Letter.’ Sonically, the track combines the muddy guitars of Alice in Chains with Kurt Cobain’s iconic yelp and some compelling strings that are reminiscent of Darling Violetta. Lyrically, the song weaves a harrowing tale of captivity and suffering that was inspired by violist Mya Green’s experience being misdiagnosed with autism as a child. Taken together, those two elements make ‘Scarlet Letter’ one of the most impactful alt-rock songs of 2018. Read full article at AXS



We’re excited to premiere the band’s next single ‘Girl Pusher’. The song is unique… the four-piece blend heavy rock, garage psych and moody pop for a unique fusion all their own. We think you’ll like it quite a bitRead full article at New Fury Media



It is a moody, mature sounding track, one where Bell’s voice matches perfectly with a thick mix of heavy instrumentation – picture a young Alice in Chains. When asked about the idea behind the new single, Bell stated, “‘Dead Silence’ is a song about isolation, it’s about feeling alone whilst walking on a crowded street.” A feeling many can relate to, especially in a time where people are more disconnected than connected thanks to the social media age, “Dead Silence” is a strong new offering. With new music brewing day after day, the future looks bright for Love Ghost. Read full article at Cryptic Rock



Love Ghost has it going on! ‘Forgive Me’ is one of those songs thats dominant trait is excellence on all fronts: arrangement, production, musicianship and a contagious melody. And Bell’s vocals are just icing on the cake, making it superlative. Read full article at HuffPost



I love these guys. Straight off the starting line, I love them. LA teens Love Ghost have drawn influence from the 90’s grunge scene and turned it into their own 21st century sound while retaining that raw, exciting energy of grunge. Read full article at Listen with Monger



‘Chimpanzee’ seems to be a serious, dark song with an impressive arrangement that flows effortlessly from beginning to end. A few things stand out in this piece, including the use of the viola that works almost like a guitar – highlighting the ebbs and flows of the song; all while the thumping bass-line, deliberate percussion, and snarling, but intelligent vocals complete this alt-rock expedition. Read full article at Pancakes and Whiskey



Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your favorite grunge, garage 90’s alternative rock band was after all one of 2017’s most stunning revelations and playing some kind of Led Zeppelin meets Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, Velvet Revolver blend?  Well it would sound like Love Ghost and you would not want to miss it! Read full article at Indievotion



Back with another intensely beautiful single, here is the exclusive premiere of “Bones” piercing your heart as you listen. You’re still very aware of the fact that this band’s ability to ensnare your emotions is well beyond what their age might suggest. They hold the strength and maturity of a band that has been around for decades, and we can’t wait to see what’s to comeRead full article at Impose



You’ll find yourself comparing them to a host of 90’s bands, but while that may be the initial charm that lures you in, their song structure and musical prowess will have you hooked for good. Read full article at Musicblend



Let these cats get a full length under their belt and watch out! They’ll be your new favorite band. Read full article at Noise Journal



They’ve conquered a sound that musicians double their age are still trying to master.  Love Ghost are going far. Read full article at Circuit Sweet



Love Ghost’s Head-Turning video for “Forgive Me” is an impressive effort that  blends a dream-like plot with convincing performance art… Love Ghost is full of energy and promise with inspired vocals (reminiscent of Curt Cobain) and something unique to this Grunge act: the symphonic Viola playing by member Mya Greene, who adds a touch of sophistication to the madness. Read full article at Enter the Venture



LA-based Love Ghost makes grunge-inspired alt-rock that’s captivatingly deep and delightfully atmospheric… blows listeners out of the water. The group is reminiscent of Garbage, Smashing Pumpkins & Thirty Seconds To Mars, with pensive existential themes conveyed through powerfully dynamic and perfectly-weaved strings (guitar, viola and bass)… blends in subtle pop-punk & LA-folk elements into their shredding yet subdued sound aesthetic. I have no doubt that Love Ghost will serve LA’s music legacy quite well with this genuine and gracious grunge. Read full article at Indie Beat



Los Angeles-based rockers Love Ghost are inspired by '90s grunge, and that translate into their sound and aesthetic. Listening to them, you'd be stunned to learn that they're teenagers. Their new monumental video for "Forgive Me." Clocking in at over 10 minutes, the epic video that starts off with Tarantino-esque vibe before things devolve from there. As for the song, well, this band can play and if they're able to harness the talents demonstrated on this tune, the future is beyond promising for them. "The video is about a journey one takes to forgive their self, it shows how a relic from your past can have the power to be a nefarious omen in the future," singer Finn Bell says. "We can only run from our pasts for so long, until eventually we greet our self made demons face to face. The liberation in confronting your past, could have the power to make you forgive. Read full article at Pure Volume



Love Ghost has summoned the ghosts of the ’90s, and in today’s climate it sounds pretty friendly, not to mention alternative. Read full article at



Their brand new song "Forgive Me". Outside of being a totally rad rock tune, the song was produced by Asdru Sierra of Ozomatli fame. Read full article at PureGrainAudio



Their grungy, gritty sound recalls 1990s alt-rock greats like Alice in Chains and the Smashing Pumpkins. Bell draws from personal experience for his insightful lyrics and mixes atmospheric, cinematic compositions with more direct alt-rock sonics. Read full article at The Big Takeover



LA-based quartet, Love Ghost, takes us wandering in the desert and rocking in grunge fashion at church in their new video “Forgive Me.” The song shrouds us into the abstract soundscape where the distorted melody and semi-cryptic vocals gives us rare, aesthetic chills. Read full article at Aupium



(translated) If you're one of those who like classic alternative rock of the 90s , this band can not be outside your playlist. We invite you to listen to Friday Afternoon Forgive Me , two singles that sound great. Read full article at Zone Nights



Love Ghost’s musical composition is inspired by a mix of old universal horror films meshed with iconic grunge artists such as Nirvana and Alice in Chains. Read full article at New Noise


Drunk on Music

Love Ghost has released a visually stunning cinematic video for their latest release ‘FORGIVE ME’. LOVE GHOST carry an air of early Nirvana with post grunge attitude and real rock sensibilities.



Love Ghost stands poised to take the mantle and lead grunge into the next generation. Read full article


Music Nerd Reviews

For fans of 90’s Alternative and Grunge Rock, Love Ghost is a band that you must check out. They take influence from bands such as Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pumpkins etc and give it a new modern sound that is purely their own. It is beautiful, haunting, atmospheric and incredible all at the same time and couldn’t be recommended enough.


Love 'Em Blog

With Friday Afternoon the group have mixed the 90s grunge with violin and soft vocals. It's quite simply an unexpected masterpieceRead full article


Power of Pop

Here are streams of new music you should be listening to that expresses the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll. Read full article


Natasha Nia

A captivating track with a lot of depth to it. It's a brilliant debut from such a young band. Read full article


Music Nut

Young band with that cool garage rock energy and great vocal skills of primary lead singer Finn Bell. Read full article


Emerging Indie Bands

Deftly played Viola in the hands of Mya Greene allows Love Ghost to launch themselves upon a global audience with some considerable confidence. Read full article



It has a driving sound, but still soft for the tone the band wanted to relay. This is a really solid ballad that I believe everyone can get into. Read full article


Little Indie Blogs

A certain rawness to their distorted guitar melodies (get a load of those guitars in the last minute!) accompanied by a level of maturity in arrangements that belies their age. Read full article


Diamond Deposits

Friday Afternoon-a tune packed with orchestral guitars, soulful viola and passionate vocals. Read full article


The Record Stache

Friday Afternoon steadily churns with a thickly textured, simmering to roiling rhythm of planing to searing guitar distortion, heavy bass, chugging to dynamic drums, and the weave of sweet viola lines. Bell sings in a subdued tone on the verses and then exclaims in a yearning register on the smashing chorus sections. Read full article


We Love that Sound

(translation) Friday Afternoon… the best of Grunge meets the garage rock of the present, and out comes an unmistakable modern sound. Lead singer Finn Bell’s strong voice at the young age of 15 is freshly changed. Read full article


Living the Van Life

Lyrically, the band creates and paints a musical journey of raw emotion and effortlessly intertwines this emotion within the music itself. Read full article


Ouvido Alternativo: Liberdade Musical

(translation) Compositions and arrangements filled with soul, feeling and a certain solitude. Read full article


Dancing with the Clown

(translation) Love Ghost could have been one of the great American bands of the 90s, but best of all is that it can also be one of the revelations of this 2016… A delight, nothing less. Read full article