Melbourne alternative/metal outfit GhostSeeker have debuted a brand new single and from first listen, these guys will sway you in every direction. From the pristinely clean vocals to the melodic riffs that’s going to send you and your mates in a whirling pit of envy, ‘Live to Hate Me’ is an atomic tune about not giving a fuck about shitty people and opinions.
If the band looks familiar to you, that may be because GhostSeeker comprises of members from bands like Letters to Amara and Storm the Sky. Vocalist Celeste Dudeson shares:
“Letters To Amara have now evolved into GhostSeeker. We’ve gained some familiar faces (Breenie who was originally Storm the Sky, and Dan who was from local [Melbourne] band Anyone Anyone) and we have created a song together with the amazingly talented Ionei [Heckenberg] from Ocean Sleeper about how you can have the strength to leave those who don’t support you and be better for it!
The song is a collaborative effort that combines a fun, heavy energy with the catchy elements you find through out the pop punk genres. The lyrics seamlessly fit as an uplifting message of perseverance with a strong message to those naysayers that your life wont be much fun if your sole purpose is to ‘Live To Hate Me’.”
If you can’t get enough of their new track, expect more with an EP later this year as GhostSeeker aren’t going away any time soon!
Pre-save ‘Live to Hate Me’ here