Ghastly is growing up. His sound, his vision, and his artistry are reaching new heights. The bass crunch is still there, but it’s weaved into emotional cinematics for a more honest, personable sonic experience. Case in point: the romantic, glitchy, future bass vibes of his latest single “We Might Fall” with Matthew Koma.
The producer is pushing himself outside the studio as well. He’s teamed up with Toronto-bred visual artist Montana to write, direct, and edit a music video that sets his greatest fantasies to moving pictures. It’s some kind of magic as a woman and her giant wolf explore untamed landscape. These aerial drone shots are Grade-A nature porn.
Montana and Ghastly have been collaborating on tour recap videos and other fun visual elements, but this is definitely the friends’ most ambitious work to date. Check it out, and show the evolving artist some love.