Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Mindy White has released her vulnerable new single, “Ghost” today. Marking her first solo release of 2021, the new track finds Mindy reflecting on a past relationship and the lingering emotions that follow in lines like, “Without you I’m a little scared / still see pieces of you everywhere”. Written over FaceTime with Aaron Rothe and Taylor Macres, the stunning new track can be heard now below.
Speaking about “Ghost” Mindy said, “This is a song about the emotions and memories that haunt you after the loss of a relationship. That could be with a loved one, a friend, or even yourself. It’s also got a paranormal aspect from experiences I’ve had, and how these topics relate to each other.”
“Ghost” follows Mindy White’s previous solo singles released over the past few years – “Lifted”, “Lost You in the Summer”, and “Nothing New”. Each track effortlessly showcases her ability to write catchy, carefree, fun, electro-infused songs, which she says are inspired by her love of 90s and 2000s pop.
Mindy has plans to release a full-length solo album as soon as possible and is beginning to tease it with a few singles, starting with “Ghost”. Her new songs have an even more emotional, dreamy, down to earth feel with a slight Nashville touch, connecting the listener to incredibly beautiful, moving lyrics, addicting melodies, and simple, yet timeless music.
Fans might recognize Mindy as the former female singer and keyboardist of the Universal Motown indie rock group Lydia, and late lead singer of the indie-pop band States, which she formed with members of the group Copeland after her departure from Lydia in 2010. Mindy was a full-time recording and touring musician for almost a decade in these bands, performing across the US and North America alongside many other well known bands and artists. Aside from her work with Lydia and States, Mindy has collaborated with many well-known artists, such as blackbear, singer Anthony Green from rock group Circa Survive, and singer Telle from The Word Alive.