VIDEO PREMIERE: JINGO - Ghost In The Machine(Live)

VIDEO PREMIERE: JINGO – Ghost In The Machine(Live)

10562647_681516361954882_4133835828822542223_oLondon via Brooklyn outfit JINGO release their deliciously emotive new single Ghost in the Machine (Live version)on 11th September. And we have the premiere of the live video of the track:

Mixed and produced by New York based producer Kahan James, ‘Ghost In The Machine’ is anchored by Katie Buckett’s mesmerizingly affecting vocals and JINGO’s gradually enveloping instrumentational crescendos. That are replete with keyboard, live drums and guitar, it’s like the meeting point between Warpaint and Bat for Lashes. ‘Ghost in the Machine’ (Live version) is the next track to be lifted from their upcoming EP out 25th September.

“Jack Buckett and Joe Reeves met Katie (now) Buckett in Brooklyn, New York, before luring her back to the bright lights of East London. On returning to the big smoke, guitars in hand; Jingo, along with the new addition to the rhythm section, Chris Smith began to forge their sound.

Jingo’s debut album The Art of Loving received recognition and gave them the material they needed to head out on a successful US tour alongside friends Not Blood Paint. The past few months have seen them back on the road; this time covering Germany and Western Europe. Jingo’s last show overseas (Rouen, France) saw them supporting Ken Stringfellow (R.E.M and The Posies) and Troy Von Balthazar (American 90s cult group Chokebore) with a tour of Belgium still to come. Back on home soil, the band have played a sold out show Old St Pancras Church for A.D.D. single launch with Hannah Schneider, Mother London supporting Graham Coxon and Denai Moore and The Great Escape Festival. “

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