Durham “grunge-tinted fuzz pop” rockers Ghost Guilt have released their debut EP via Frux Tapes today, and we’re delighted to share their raucous new sounds with you. Inspired by the bands they saw performing around their hometown (Martha, Pale Kids) and who’ve also released music through Frux Tapes (Tough Tits) – Front woman Cat Black wrote the EP alongside band mates, Ellie, Stevo & Jonny to combat a turbulent few years battling intense anxiety and depression.
Fortunately, after speaking out and seeking professional help, Cat is back on track and ready to front Ghost Guilt alongside her supportive band mates. Thier debut EP hosts four tracks, all of which are taken from their first recording session with Neil Combstock at Rocking Horse Studios in Durham.
Speaking about the band and the new release, Cat says: “Ghost Guilt has been such a positive place for me, I never thought I would have the courage to stand up and scream everything out in front of people!” – you go Grrrrlfriend! Listen to Ghost Guilt’s debut EP below, and follow the band on Facebook for more updates.
1. Billy Liar
3. Heavy Weather (social anxiety)
4. This Girl Can’t
Ghost Guilt will be playing with Bob Nastanovich from Pavement and Schwervon at Empty Shop in Durham on Monday 4th December.