Behold the new video for "Square Hammer", a brand new song from the occult choir GHOST. The Swedish rockers took inspiration for their video from 1920's expressionist horror. The video can be seen below.
The track "Square Hammer" is taken from the band's new EP "Popestar", released September 16th via Lorna Vista Recordings. The EP, which consists primarily of cover songs, was produced by English producer Tom Dalgety, who has previously worked with ROYAL BLOOD and KILLING JOKE, among others.
A Nameless Ghoul told myROCK about GHOST's new EP: "The EP will sort of connect with "Meliora", so it's not [going to feature] a new Papa [Editor's note: In a parody of the Catholic Church's tradition of papal succession, GHOST singer Papa Emeritus is purportedly replaced by a new Papa for each GHOST album.], it's not a new album; it's gonna be like an extension of "Meliora". That is gonna prolong the tour. So we're gonna do an American tour in the fall, and then we're gonna come back to Europe in the beginning of next year and do a bigger, sort of final "Meliora" show. And in between now and then, we will work on the new album, and after the European tour in the beginning of , we're gonna go into the studio and record a new album."
"Popestar" track listing:
- Square Hammer
- Nocturnal Me (ECHO AND THE BUNNYMEN cover)
- I Believe (SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO cover)
- Missionary Man (EURYTHMICS cover)
- Bible (IMPERIET cover)