Interview With The Mouth Of Ghosts
THE SLINKY SHEEN OF URBAN TWILIGHT
Fusing alternative rock and trip-hop, The Mouth Of Ghosts are a band from London who make moody, textured music, fuelled by ragged guitars and distant electronics. They take their influences from – amongst others – Portishead and The Cure.
When The Sun Sets is the band’s debut EP. The title track – mixed by Ali Staton (Tricky, PJ Harvey, Lamb) – is a shoegaze-tinted single with an infectious chorus and searing vocals. The other tracks (including a Deftones cover) follow suit. Why not download Close here. Like a rocking chair I once picked up via Freecycle from a weird guy in Wakefield, it’s completely complimentary. The video for the EP’s title track is below.
Portrait photo by 2Shooters. Illustration by Sam L Jackson.