Premiere: Ghost Care - Part Time Living

Premiere: Ghost Care - Part Time Living

Check out the new single, new video and new sound from fave WA trio

Continuing their impressive rate of output are Boorloo / Perth’s Ghost Care, a trio who have had a big few years of tours, releases and winning fans Australia-wide. Following up March’s Bussell Hwy is their new one, Part Time Living, which alongside it’s very analogue, nostalgic video is premiering on Pilerats today ahead of its July 14 release!

Switching gears just a tad musically from the lighter indie vibes we’ve heard previously, Part Time Living sees the band go just a tad darker, just a tad grungier and rocking out just a tad more, while retaining their focus on addictive harmonies and altogether catchy songwriting.

Lead vocalist and guitarist Beau Torrance gives some insight into what inspired the track saying “This song is from my experience in an organisation where I felt like I was being manipulated. I was trapped into feeling like I wasn't fulfilling my true purpose if I was to leave, and initially I wasn’t strong enough to stand up for myself or face the issues around me. Instead, my response was to keep up appearances on the outside, but on the inside, I was changing and had become someone completely different.

During that time, I was too busy thinking about others’ opinions of who I was and not enough about what I wanted. There were a lot of opinions about what I should do, and it honestly felt as though I was living half a life.” 

Give Part Time Living a spin before it drops tomorrow!

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