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TRACK: GHOSTPOET – NOWHERE TO HIDE NOW

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Along with announcing a much anticipated UK live tour, Ghostpoet has also unveiled the haunting video to the title track of his critically latest album, “I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep” we reviewed here Now comes the beautifully strange and disorienting video, directed by Thomas James and featuring a funeral of sorts, from …

We’ve long been fans of Obaro Ejimiwe, aka Ghostpoet and so we waited with baited breath for the Mercury-Music nominated artist to reveal his fifth album ‘I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep’, out this Friday 1st May via Play It Again Sam. Written and recorded in London and featuring more of the alt-rock …

Today Ghostpoet is pleased to share new track “Nowhere To Hide Now”, which is taken from his new album – ‘I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep’, that will be released through Play It Again Sam on May 1st, 2020. Demented piano and scratchy guitars give this track a tense feel perfect for Obaro Ejimiwe’s jagged storytelling, fueled by fear, exhaustion and …

If you tuned into the BBC 6Music Festival over the weekend, you’ll have heard Ghostpoet debut songs from his forthcoming album ‘I Grow Tired But I Dare Not Fall Asleep’ to an appreciative crowd. Even if you didn’t, you might have heard lead track Concrete Pony. It’s bleak and hard edged in its outlook, driven …

Its been quite a year for Ghostpoet. His album Shedding Skin, as well as being one of the albums of the year, was nominated for a mercury prize, though – aren’t all of his albums? He’s released a new video for the track ‘Be right back, moving house’, a wistful, pondering track ‘I sit right …

2015 has been a great year for hip-hop music. With the so many legends returning to the game, it was inevitable this was going to be a strong list. But it’s not just the older players that make things up. New and emerging acts have also come along to put their own twist on things. …

Tramlines 2015 style kicked off on Friday 24th July this year, and we took a stroll down to the new Main Stage, now situated in Ponderosa Park, a little out of the centre and away from its home of the last six years, Devonshire Green. As it was, the ten minute stroll from the city …

Ghostpoet arrived in Sheffield last week, on his tour in support of second album ‘Some say I so I say light’, which following on from his debut the 2011 debut ‘Peanut butter blues and melancholy jam’ which earned him some sort of fame as well as a mercury nomination. Certainly a large crowd had gathered …