Watch Ghost Atlas’ New Music Video “NightDrive”

Jesse Cash is primarily known for his role in the Sumarian Records metalcore band ERRA, but there is a melodic, alt-rock side to his writing and it can be heard in the form of his solo project dubbed Ghost Atlas. Today, Cash has teamed up with Kerrang! Magazine to release a music video for his latest single “NightDrive.” Taken from his upcoming debut album All is in sync and there’s nothing left to sing about, the track is meant to be a statement against vanity. WATCH HERE

It’s a song about pursuing a dream for the wrong reasons, and never fully reaching your goals as a result,” says Cash. “It’s inspired by a lot of the somewhat delusional personalities you find in a place like Los Angeles. It is absolutely not meant to deviate anyone from pursuing an unorthodox path or moving to a place to help further that. It’s just a cautionary tale to do so with plenty of self-awareness and humility.

All is in sync and there’s nothing left to sing about will be released 100% independently on November 17th. Cash began releasing music under the Ghost Atlas moniker in 2014 with Gold Soul Coma and the 2015 EP Immortal Youth. Being the sole member of band, the project is a very personal reflection of Cash’s emotions, life experience and work. With that sense of independence, he invested thousands of dollars of his own money into the creation and release of the new album. Cash says “The freedom of total independence is super gratifying. It showcases a protective spirit towards the integrity of the music and general creative direction, as well as a more personal feeling of getting your music directly from the musician.

“NightDrive” is also available on Spotify.

Pre-order All is in sync and there’s nothing left to sing about now here.

About RJ Frometa

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