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Sorry Ghost Debuts New Single, ‘Swept Up’

July 30 — Independent pop punk band Sorry Ghost premiered its latest single this week.

The duo — Daniel Anton (vocals, bass), and Matthew Polito (guitar) — released its new single, ‘Swept Up‘ Thursday. The song features a musical arrangement that will appeal easily to any pop punk fan. that is proven through the vocal harmonies and familiar vocal delivery style.

No information was provided as to the song’s lyrical theme in the press release announcing the song’s premiere. However, a close listen infers that it centers on the all too familiar topic of a personal, romantic relationship between two people.

Anton was upbeat as he talked about the new single.

“We couldn’t be more excited for our latest single ‘Swept Up,’ he said “The song marks the beginning of an exciting new direction for our band – one featuring glittery guitars, sharper production, and unforgettable anthems.”

The premiere of ‘Swept Up’ comes a month after the band premiered its then latest single, ‘Kites.’ Its premiere was preceded by the premiere in May of yet another single from the band, ‘Like a Thief.’

In other news, Sorry Ghost is mapping out dates for a fall tour in support of its latest singles. More information on that, the band’s new single, and all of its latest news is available at:

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/sorryghost

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