"Ghost In A Kiss" is the most surprising Clams Casino track we've yet heard from 32 Levels, the producer's upcoming album. Songs like the Lil B-featuring "Witness," "A Breath Away" with Kelela, and even Vince Staples on "All Nite" felt like natural progressions or nods to his origins as one of the key producers in the "based" movement. But "Ghost," which features Future Islands frontman Samuel T. Herring, is a new beast — sharp hi-hats cut through foggy atmospheres, while Herring squeezes out wounded, guttural moans. It's an entirely new kind of ethereal for Clams. Herring also stars in the video, directed by Grant Singer, a disorienting journey through routine, or memory, or maybe both. Check it out above.