The Dangerous Summer have released a brand new song and music video for “Ghosts”, taken from their upcoming self-titled album, out January 26th via Hopeless Records. “‘Ghosts’ stems from a deep relationship I had that lacked physical presence,” vocalist and bassist AJ Perdomo says of the new song. “I started to feel like I was speaking to a ghost, or that I had imagined the relationship in my mind. It paints a picture of longing and heartache, but with a burning devotion.”
The new music video is in collaboration with Dale Earnhardt Jr., his production company, Hammerhead Entertainment, and director Chris Stanford. Earnhardt Jr., who is an avid fan of the band shares, “As a fan and friend to the band it was a fantastic experience. TDS fans are going to love this new incredible album. Chris (Stanford), Hammerhead, myself, we hope the fans feel the video does this amazing song justice. 2018 is going to be a big year for them.”
On the collaboration, Perdomo continues, “Dale essentially put a ton of creative people in the same room together, and watched the creation unfold. Chris Stanford wrote and directed the treatment for the video, and we spent two days in between Dale’s property, and the local hammerhead studios. What you see in this video is collaboration at it’s finest.”
The official music video for The Dangerous Summer’s new single “Ghosts,” off their upcoming self-titled album out January 26th! ►Shop, download, and stream The Dangerous Summer: http://smarturl.it/TDSST ►Pre-order on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TDSiT ►Merch available at http://smarturl.it/TDSmerch — Directed by Chris Stanford Production Company: Hammerhead Entertainment — Lyrics It’s summer again, and how I wish I could be there now.