Ghost Hounds releases video for “Between Me and the Devil” via Maple House Records


Ghost Hounds has released the accompanying video for their new single, “Between me and the devil”, via Maple House Records. Directed by Jay Arcansalin, the visual emulates the legend of Robert Johnson, in which Johnson makes a pact with the devil by trading his soul for mastery of the guitar. Likewise, we watch as the lead singer, Tre ‘Nation, makes a deal with a record company by trading his soul for a successful musical career. As this plays out we hear Nation singing, “The only reason I keep my soul is / I already gave you my heart”, insinuating that her love for music will help her overcome all. the difficulties it might face as a result of the agreement. it’s done. Check out the fiery trail below!

Released on June 11, “Between Me and the Devil” was written and produced by guitarist Thomas Tull, and songwriter, producer Kevin Bowe (Etta James, Paul Westerberg and the Replacements). This is the first offering of their upcoming second album to come later this fall. The bluesy rock melody combined with the passionate voice of Nation sends its message loud and clear to all who listen to it. Listen now.

“I’ve always been fascinated by the story of blues legend Robert Johnson,” Tull said. “His accord at the crossroads and mythology in the blues inspired the idea for the song and the video.”

Ghost Hounds are a rock ‘n’ blues band from Pittsburgh, PA. The band’s classic rock’n’roll guitar tunes are the result of Thomas Tull and Brooklyn-born guitarist Johnny Baab, while the driving forces on bass and drums are Bennett Miller and Blaise Lanzetta, respectively, with Joe Munroe. keyboards. Led by lead singer, Tré Nation, whose voice was simply made for rock, Ghost Hounds are a modern day rock band who play blues-inspired rock in a way that proves rock isn’t just about rock. alive, but thriving for the next generation of rock fans.

The band have spent the past year preparing for what is sure to be a rock summer to be remembered. Following their 2019 album, Roses are black, is a new live album, Ghost dogs live, out now. Every track on the album was recorded during the summer of 2019 while touring with the Rolling Stones, ZZ Top and Bob Seger. The live album is just a taste of what’s to come.

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