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Greensboro’s Future Ghosts Sign to Round Kid Records (and there’s more…)

November 15, 2011

Future Ghosts are (in no order) Aslan Freeman, Chris Carr, Mike Kane and Nicholas Stott.

Today is a special day for Greensboro, North Carolina band Future Ghosts.

The alternative rock four-piece has drawn influence from an array of modern rock staples such as Brand New, Manchester Orchestra and the Foo Fighters. Their aggressive blend of strong songwriting and scrambling power riffs have caught the attention of Round Kid Records, which announced their signing of the band today.

The band’s first album with Round Kid will be their debut EP, entitled “Oh, Great City”. You can find our review of the EP on Hot Hot Music. Tentatively scheduled for release on January 12th, 2012, the EP will feature guest vocals by Sergio Sanchez, lead singer and songwriter of the band Atom Smash, as well as a new electronic remix of their song “Hands” by Damage Decade.

In addition to the EP’s release, the band will be unveiling their new music video for the song “Spotless” on Saturday, November 26th. The trailer for the music video can be found here, as well as on the band’s website (www.futureghostsmusic.com). Future Ghosts will be holding an online viewing party for the video’s debut at 7pm EST on their Stickam channel.

The first two tracks from the upcoming EP can be streamed from Future Ghosts’ website, and the band is proactive in releasing free downloads of new demos as well.

Got to love the beauty of the modern music campaign.

Some information provided by Round Kid Records.

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