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Ghastly's New Cut 'I'll Wait' Matches Glitziness and Darkness

Ghastly
Montana Martz

Ghastly

Dance fans received a nice gift early on Friday morning (Oct. 27) when Ghastly surprise-dropped a new track from his forthcoming album. "I'll Wait" revs up with a cheery medley of tweaked-up vocals, but the mix slowly grows more and more unsettling.

Ghastly tosses a strange shuttering effect over some otherwise glamorous-sounding horn synths, and toys with the tuning in quick bursts. The glitziness and darkness grows heavier and headier, until the track is sent into a tailspin with a ballistic drop.

"I'll Wait" is another curveball in Ghastly's growing list of self-releases this year, far from the clanging amplitude of "Geisha" (from back in August) and the atmospheric future-bass of the Matthew Koma-featuring "We Might Fall."

Listen to it below:


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