It has been a crazy week in terms of announcements (not to mention a certain band announcing a reunion show.. just sayin’) and to add to the excitement, SPOOKYGHOSTBOY released their new single ‘Two Door Car’ today. Keep reading to listen to the track and also find out where you can catch SGB play live soon!


The Lo-fi alternative sound of Austin Thomas, AKA ​spookyghostboy has today released a brand new song,​ ‘Two Door Car.’ The beautiful track, that would not be out of place soundtracking any classic indie film like Garden State or 500 Days Of Summer, isabout a feeling of nostalgia.

spookyghostboy says “I often feel for things that weren’t very meaningful or enjoyable at the time I experienced them. I used to live in a cramped space with two other people, and when I was feeling a bit overcrowded I would go outside and sleep in my car. I didn’t really enjoy doing that at the time, but imagining it now, it feels like a sweet and distant comfort. When I was writing, I was trying to express the strange way that time can change the perception of our own experience.”

Check out the new track accompanied by the video below:

As well as the new track, SGB is set to play a few UK shows, supporting Cavetown, as well as a cheeky headliner (tickets went on sale at 10am this morning).

Dec 6 – Glasgow, UK – The Garage – W/ Cavetown

Dec 7 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy 2 – W/ Cavetown

Dec 10 – Bristol, UK – The Fleece -W/ Cavetown

Dec 12 – London, UK – Electric Ballroom – W/ Cavetown

Dec 13 – London, UK – Camden Assembly (HEADLINER)

DO you like the new track? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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