Musing on the announcement, the band shared, “This is our first full band music video since our hiatus so it was important to us to involve our fans and make the video for this song a community affair. Now that Covid regulations are easing up with cities, places, and venues, we’re SO stoked to be able to share these songs live with our fans all around the world this year.”
The release of their 2020 self-titled album represented determination, reflection and newfound hope after the tragic 2015 bus accident that changed the band’s lives forever, claiming the lives of their driver, the lives of everyone in the other vehicle, and resulting in multiple injuries for all the members. Eventually, they came to see the incident as a moment to put their inspirational lyrics to the test. Songs that were once more philosophical in origin had become autobiographical. The accident will always be a defining moment for The Ghost Inside, but never what defines them.
The Ghost Inside will be playing a handful of shows in the US this summer. All dates are below and tickets can be found HERE.
THE GHOST INSIDE US TOUR DATES
7.29.22 – Jacobs Pavillion At Nautica – Cleveland, OH **
8.05.22 – Harford Health Care Amphitheater – Bridgeport, CT **
8.06.22 – Santander Arena – Reading, PA **
8.07.22 – Stone Pony Summer Stage – Asbury Park, NJ **
8.21.22 – Azura Amphitheater – Bonner Springs, KS **
9.23.22 – Furnace Fest – Birmingham, AL
9.24.22 – Furnace Fest – Birmingham, AL
9.25.22 – Furnace Fest – Birmingham, AL
10.28.22 – Five Points Amphitheater – Irvine, CA **
** w/ A Day To Remember