Palm Ghosts Share “Automatic For The Modern Age”

Nashville, Tennessee’s Palm Ghosts recently announced the release of their forthcoming album, I Love You, Burn In Hell, via a partnership between Sweet Cheetah Records, Poptek RecordsSell The Heart Records, and Engineer Records (EU/UK). The album sees release on November 10.

The album’s second single, “Automatic For The Modern Age, a song about “being told who you are in today’s world and trying to buck any system’s assessment of your potential,” says vocalist/bassist Joseph Lekkas. Listen to it here.  

Palm Ghosts deliver the sound of an ’80s prom in a war zone. As far from the honky-tonks and pedal taverns of their adopted city as one can get, this is a trio who are clearly more at home in rainy Manchester or blustery Berlin, as they produce their amalgam of cinematic dream pop and new wave with brooding post-punk.

I Love You, Burn in Hell, is a slab of discontent and disillusionment. Melodic songs about betrayal, exploitation and the hopeless task of navigating the modern world, wrapped up in catchy melodies and propulsive rhythms.

The album was recorded, mixed and produced by Joseph Lekkas at Greenland Studios in Nashville and mastered by Dan Coutant at Sun Room Mastering.

Catch them live here:

Thursday, November 9 @ 7:00PM    
w/ Unwed Sailor    
The 5 Spot, Nashville, TN

Friday, November 10 @ 7:00PM    
w/ Keowee Reload    
South Park Tavern, Dayton, OH

Wednesday, November 15 @ 6:00PM    
w/ TBA    
The 5 Spot, Nashville, TN

Wednesday, November 22 @ 6:00PM    
w/ Cold Equations    
The 5 Spot, Nashville, TN

Wednesday, November 29 @ 6:00PM    
w/ Cassette Stress    
The 5 Spot, Nashville, TN

Thursday, November 30 @ 7:00PM    
w/ TBA    
Exile, Chattanooga, TN

Wednesday, December 6 @ 7:00PM    
w/ Bruschetta Delorean    
The Odd, Asheville, NC

Thursday, December 7 @ 7:00PM    
w/ TBA    
New World Brewery, Tampa, FL

Friday, December 8 @ 7:00PM    
w/ TBA    
Jack Rabbits, Jacksonville, FL

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