Listen To Holiday Ghosts’s “In My Head,” A Pretty Song For Romantic Introverts

The U.K. band debuts the lead single from their upcoming debut LP.

August 02, 2017
Listen To Holiday Ghosts’s “In My Head,” A Pretty Song For Romantic Introverts Charlie Fairbairn

Holiday Ghosts, a garage rock band from Falmouth, U.K. with somewhat of a cult following, is releasing their self-titled debut LP on September 22 via PNKSLM Recordings. Premiering today on The FADER is the album's lead single, "In My Head," an angst-filled confessional with Beat Happening vibes.

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On the song, vocalist Katja Rackin realizes that all isn't well in her mind, but acts as though nothing is wrong. "I feel like someone should worry for me/ But it's too much to ask/ To make them see," she sings in an ironically soothing voice, complemented by relaxed guitar loops and groovy bass.

"This is the most personal song I have ever written," Rackin told The FADER via email. "I think actually that it's a very relatable song as the lyrics quite bluntly talk about something that people normally shy away from. I like that the simplicity of the song gives maximum space for the content." Listen to the track below.

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