The “ghost with the most” has finally dropped another single off his forthcoming Haunted House album. Following the release of “Fangs,” the first single to come off the effort, Ghastly has given fans the second dose of what's to come with his new collaboration alongside Swedish trio BROHUG titled “Get Down.”
The L.A.-based producer first teased the album early this summer with a tweet reading, “New album is called Haunted House because...I’m a ghost and it’s all house music.” He later took to Instagram with a lengthy caption explaining that the album almost never happened due to his laptop being destroyed. Despite the setback, he prevailed and recreated the entire project. “I had to recreate and approach this conundrum from a different perspective and somehow made it better,” he said.
“Get Down” is the second single to come off the upcoming album, which has yet to see an official release date. Full tour dates for the Haunted House album tour have also not yet been announced, but Ghastly (real name David Lee Crow) has previewed the new stage design on Twitter.
To add to the anticipation, Crow has also curated an hour-long mix packed with unreleased tunes. The Haunted House Warm Up Mix is a small taste of what to expect from the upcoming album and tour.
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Crow has two upcoming tour dates this weekend on October 18th and 19th in San Jose and Los Angeles. Fans interested in attending can get their tickets for Hollywood Palladium and San Jose Civic here. To pre-save Ghastly’s Haunted House album, click here.