A Review - Jessica's Ghost

If uplifting, easy going music is your type of music the Jessica's Ghost are for you. I recently got sent a full listen of their new album, losing track of time and trust me you're all in for a treat. The band from Liverpool and Manchester really pull the boat out on giving a great show and creating a fantastic new festival sound.

A great mixture of violins, keyboards, vocals, acoustic guitar and bass also adds more of a folk feel to the music, generating a greater perspective around the group themselves. My favourite track and one to watch is Jessica. It has so much potential and just oozes that eeriness of unknowing yet it really pushes out the other factors of the music of which Jessica's Ghost is famous for. Not only does the album have so much variation  but gives a greater understanding for the band and that's really important when it comes to music as not many  artists can pull off the raw emotions that go into the creation and production stages of music.

You can give them a listen here, performing Summertime at Capesthorne Hall, supporting The Noisettes and Tinchy Stryder;

If you like what you've read and heard, look them up - you'll enjoy it!


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