Palm Ghosts Follows The “Signal” Through Love, Technology, And Isolation

[Photo credit to Sam Wiseman]

Nashville-based band Palm Ghosts will release their new full-length album Post Preservation on October 28th, 2022. The band recently shared “Signal”, their latest single, which explores our dependent relationship with technology and the negative effects associated with it, especially isolation. The track’s video was directed by Michael Patti.

Commenting on the video, director Michael Patti says: 

For “Signal,” I wanted to explore an obsession for love just out of reach. We follow our lead as he attempts to escape his own reality, in pursuit of a girl from another dimension. She sends a signal from the other side that drives him to go to extraordinary lengths to get to her. 

The music video captures something that I believe we all have within ourselves. A longing to love and be loved. That distinct moment, when two people cross paths spark an instant connection, you can’t help but pursue it. That is what the story in the video tells. 

Palm Ghosts idolize New Order, The Cure, Echo and The Bunnymen and Peter Gabriel to name a few, and Nashville Scene describes their music as “dance music for an age of chaos.”

Palm Ghosts Tour Dates
10.10 – Louisville, KY @ Art Sanctuary
10.21 – Cudahy, WI @ X Ray Arcade
10.22 – Appleton, WI @ Fox River House
10.23 – Minneapolis, MN @ Mortimer’s
11.25 – Indianapolis, IN @ Black Circle
11.26 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Cooperage
11.27 – Chicago, IL @ Golden Dagger
11.30 – Nashville, TN @ 5 Spot

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