Essex-Based LGBTQ+ Rising Star Joe Hythe Drops New Single ‘Ghost’

Joe Hythe has captured our attention with previous tracks Dorian and Fast Car, and does so again with his latest single Ghost. The track, a melancholic synthpop number, plays with supernatural imagery whilst making a tongue-in-cheek allegory to the act of ghosting, The handsome Essex based queer star notes:

“This was one of those magical songs that came together at the piano in like fifteen minutes. I’d sat down to write yet another balled about a bad boy I was crushing on, but I was alone in the house and distracted by all the stuff I’d been reading about hauntings and the occult. I kept thinking about being ghosted by my crush, and being crushed on by some ghost. When I hit on the hooky chorus the door to the room swung open by itself (ominous creak and all) and I knew I had a winner. I also knew that was probably gonna be my best songwriting story too.”

Joe croons “My ghost could you keep me alive wasting, My youth away, till you give me a sign,” as he longs to hear from a potential suitor against shimmering synth-infused production. His vocals are emotive, with the singer-songwriter packing a heartfelt authenticity into the track which is produced by Joe and Richard Barr.

Joe will be dropping an EP in the near future. You can connect with him below.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1E8LC…
Amazon: https://music.amazon.co.uk/artists/B0…
Apple: https://music.apple.com/gb/artist/joe…
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/joehythe
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joehythe/
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