Future-pop duo Ginger And The Ghost have just dropped a unique and vibrant video to accompany their latest single Kindred Spirits. filmed in a natural setting in the Australian wilderness, the video features intricate, innovative costume design and a purposeful narrative. The video encompasses the otherworldly nature of the narrative perfectly, beginning with Missy’s eerie Acappella accompanied by aerial shots of the Australian landscape with the director of photography Harry Glassborrow at the helm. As the clip progresses, the tranquil vibes are replaced with enigmatic, intricate creatures with mirrors in place of their faces, representing the search for a soulmate.

Ginger And The Ghost have been very busy indeed playing packed out shows in Europe until the end of August and heading over to Burning Man in the States for a few shows. After having built a solid fan base in Europe, the duo is set to return to international festivals such as Meadows in the Mountains in Bulgaria and to taste-maker venues such as MUSIC BOX in Lisbon. Ginger and the Ghost are a magnetic force on stage, leading listeners into their hyper-real world, urging them to leap over lush ancestral landscapes and dive into deep majestic waterfalls on dance-floors and art galleries from Australian bushlands to Europe and back.

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