Published May 05, 2016Gregory Pepper & His Problems recently delivered their own take on the album "Weezer should have made after Pinkerton" with Chorus! Chorus! Chorus! Now, they're offering up a brand new three-track digital release titled Ghost, which Exclaim! is pleased to premiere.
The single hears Pepper taking things in a different direction than the nostalgic alt-rock of his last release, opting instead to "flex my electro-pop muscle for old times' sake."
Pleased with the results of the new trio of tunes, Pepper decided to give them their own release since they are such a departure from the sludgy, guitar-driven material he's otherwise been working on lately.
The single features tracks "Dance to Anything," "This Town" and "When the Bandages Come Off," and in addition to the digital audio release, Gregory Pepper and His Problems have shared some visuals for "This Town." Following up the hilarious "Smart Phones for Stupid People" clip, the new one further shows off the musician's oddball sense of humour by incorporating some expertly synced-up footage from The Breakfast Club.
Stream Ghost in the player below, then scroll down a bit beyond that to check out the brand new but endearingly retro video for "This Town."