Raygun Carver has today released his new single and video titled ‘Ghost Inside’ from his forthcoming album of the same name.

Quietly haunting with a touch of solitary darkness, ‘Ghost Inside’ gives narration to that piece of us that lives in us all with that combination of caution and regret. Signature as well as somber, Raygun finds a song that haunts and helps us through that feeling stated above. The music gives a perfect score for the lyrics while we ponder and permeate the meaning.

About ‘Ghost Inside’

Fueled by unsettling lyrics that symbolize the weight of the situation holding the narrator back, Raygun Carver cries out, hauntingly, “It’s gonna haunt you till the day that you die, ghost inside,” and “You have love and security, trade it for a life of misery,” encapsulating the feeling of a presence, whether metaphorical or literal, haunting you that you can’t seem to shake.

The second of the tracks to be released from his forthcoming ten-song full-length, Ghost Inside, an album recorded inside a haunted house in Port Angeles, Washington, follows the previously released single “Everywhere You Go is Where You’ll Be.” Both tracks take listeners on an emotional journey through time and space, highlighting Raygun Carver’s profound musical journey, layering blues, jazz, and Americana into a tapestry of sound that is as rich as it is compelling. Ghost Inside was mixed and produced by Rob Wollam and mastered by Greg Abate.

About Raygun Carver

Raygun Carver is a singer-songwriter from the Pacific Northwest, known for his distinctive compositional approach and ingenuity in experimenting with pastiche musical blends. Carver first entered the music scene in 2020 with his debut album, Moon Fields Yawning, and has since continued to captivate audiences with his distinct sound and storytelling prowess across an EP and string of singles. Carver’s music career has been marked by a dedication to crafting intricate soundscapes that effortlessly blend diverse genres while maintaining an unbreakable focus on engaging narratives and evocative instrumentation. His upcoming album, Devil in the Details, promises to further demonstrate this boundless creativity and versatility, expanding these sensibilities into a sophomore release.

Raygun Carver’s “Everywhere You Go is Where You’ll Be” is a profound musical journey, layering blues, jazz, and Americana into a tapestry of sound that is as rich as it is compelling. His Pacific Northwest roots shine through in this hauntingly beautiful piece, which conjures images of smoky speakeasies and old-time cinema, while his lyrical ingenuity offers a fresh perspective on a timeless philosophical theme.