Listen: London’s mary in the junkyard Share New Single ‘Ghost’

London trio, mary in the junkyard, cement themselves as one of the UK’s most exciting new bands with an eerie but exceptional new track.

It’s been quite the 12 months for mary in the junkyard, with an organic buzz preceding the major success of their anticipated debut single ‘Tuesday’. With their brand new single, ‘Ghost’ they continue to ride this success.

‘Ghost’ has become a fan favourite with those who have caught mary in the junkyard live or caught the bands So Young x State 51 session. It’s a haunting song with lead singer Clari Freeman-Taylor delivering a delicate performance as her vocals float above a grunge-y instrumentals. The main focus of the track is Clari’s vocal motif of “ooweoo” which follows us throughout the track and adds a sense of playfulness to the song. This builds to the whole band joining in for a collective howl before the final break which is mildly terrifying but sonically satisfying.

On the track, Clari says “’Ghost’ is a song about light, and finding a fresh start – it’s our most joyful to play together because of the ooweeoos and the howling and the big breezy key change. it’s about the love in new friendships and the excitement of finding new wisdom.”

Photo by Steve Gullick

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