Hugely-rated UK quintet, GHOULS, have just released a mesmerising slab of invigorating punk rock in the shape of their brand new single, Might As Well Be, via Animal Farm.
Watch the video for the track here:
The release will coincide with the band’s next USA jaunt, as they continue to build their emerging reputation stateside.
20.10 – Philadelphia (PA) – The Tusk
21.10 – Norfolk (VA) – Norfolk Taphouse
25.10 – Savannah (GA) – El Rocko
26.10 – Wilmington (NC) – Calico Bar
28.10 – Gainesville (FL) – The Fest 17
Since their inception in 2013, these Londoners have gone from strength to strength. Fiercely independent, and with a DIY ethos, the industrious alternative crew have organically established a strong UK fanbase with widespread support from a slew of industry figureheads spanning from Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Punktastic, and Kerrang! TV. GHOULS have regularly toured throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Australia, playing a host of prominent UK and International festivals including 2000Trees, Boardmasters, Hit The Deck, NASS, Jera On Air (NL), Mighty Sounds (Cz), The Fest (USA), Takedown, Turbulence Festival, En Nord Beat (Fr), and Tramlines, as well as supporting the likes of Less Than Jake, Slaves, The Skints, The Ataris, Sonic Boom Six, Random Hand, OPM, ROAM, and more.
GHOULS will rise again with the release of their new single, Might As Well Be. Vocalist and guitarist Benedict Goold comments about the single: “’Might As Well Be’ is a story of recovery. It refers to that feeling that, from my own experience, is the constant thought of mortality and existence that is so hard to shake when you’re going through a period of bad mental health. The most important thing to remember in times of ill mind, I think, is that what you are feeling is a pretty normal reaction to the stress that is causing your ill health. Whilst you tackle and try to figure out those stresses, remember that feeling existential won’t last forever.”