Alternative rock band Magnets and Ghosts has announced their return with a new EP titled be born, which is scheduled for release on November 10th. In anticipation for the upcoming release, the band has partnered with Diffuser.fm today to reveal the record’s first new song, “Drug Money.” Pre-orders for the EP will be available in the coming weeks.
Hailing from Los Angeles, by way of Atlanta, Magnets and Ghosts is a duo consisting of writing and production partners Dean Roland (from Collective Soul) and Ryan Potesta. The pair teamed up to release their debut, full-length record, Mass, in 2011, which was well received by fans and critics alike.
Three years later, Magnets and Ghosts has returned with an exciting new EP called be born. Featuring standout tracks like "Drug Money" and "Here To Save Me," be born is a impressive follow-up that finds them exploring their vast sound with sincere honesty and intense vulnerability. The record balances their rock roots with a pop-sensibility that transcends genres and is accessible to practically everyone.
be born this fall.
Magnets and Ghosts Tour Dates:
Nov 17 - San Diego, CA - Bar Pink
Nov 18 - Fullerton, CA - SlideBar
Nov 19 - Santa Barbara, CA - Velvet Jone