Japanese Psych Rock Legends Come To UK

Ghost make some rare appearances in May in support of new LP

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Ghost, legends in the new psych rock scene are to make some rare appearances in the UK in May, their first in three years.

Following on from the release of their acclaimed ninth album, “In Stormy Nights,” the Drag City recording artists are proud to confirm three UK dates around their All Tomorrow’s Parties shows in Minehead.

Ghost, with the line-up from “In Stormy Nights” are Masaki Batoh (Acoustic guitar, vocals, springer), Taishi Takizawa – (saxophone, flute, vibraphone, theremin, etc), Kazuo Ogino – (piano, analog synthesizer, kaval, gaida, tenor recorder), Takuyuki Moriya – (contrabass), Michio Kurihara – (electric guitar), Junzo Tateiwa – (frame drums, cymbals, timpani, tabla, drums) will be bringing their trademark folk sounds, improvisations and avant-garde constructions to the stage.

Catch Ghost at the following venues:

Glasgow, Mono (May 17)
Minehead, ATP Festival (18)
Minehead, ATP Festival (19)
Manchester, Islington Mill (20)
London, 93 Feet East (21)

Pic credit: Ben Chasney

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