Ghost of You Christen Their New Album Black Yoga

20 February 2018, 1:00
Ghost of You Christen Their New Album Black Yoga

The Brno psych-pop group Ghost of You has brought out their new album Black Yoga, which they are christening in the Fléda club. Part of the concert will also be a light projection. The Serbian rock band Repetitor will be special guests.

The Brno group Ghost of You has already given a series of concerts in London and appeared at the festivals Eurosonic, Sziged, Pohoda, Beseda u Bigbítu, Banát, Colours of Ostrava and Metronom. Their first EP Ocean K was recorded by the four in the line-up Tom Novohradský, Michal Janík, Štěpán Pařízek and Jiří Habarta in 2013. This was followed by the album Glacier and the City (2015), which met with great success. The current Black Yoga is their third album. “This album is in many ways different, but the energy remains the same. We used different instruments and experimented more. Now we have completed a new concert set, placing alongside each other the new album and part of the first album. We discovered that they work well together,” explained the group’s drummer Michal Janík.

Black Yoga (2018) was set up under the supervision of the producer Ondřej Ježek. At that time in place of finished songs the group brought to the studio individual motifs and ideas. So aside from two pieces the disc was only created in the studio. The resulting colourful sound is a distinctive interweaving of psychedelic pop, art-rock, electronic sounds, in places almost epileptic percussion and the expressive vocals of Tomáš Novohradský.

The christening of the album by the group Ghost of You is to take place 15 March 2018 from p.m. in the Fléda club. Ghost of You will have as their guests the Serbian group Repetitor.

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