[Video] Ghost Wave – “Country Rider”

New Zealand indie band, Ghost Wave, released a new video for their song “Country Rider” today via The Fader complete with free download which you can pick up by clicking here. The video is shot from first person point of view of what seems to be an average day in the life of one of the bandmates throughout the streets of New York City. The video is a montage of morning rituals, afternoon doobie breaks and late night subway drinking that matches the sound that the band describes on its Facebook page as “somewhere between the Flying Nun bands of the 80s, the British explosion of the 1960s and the wayfaring dubs of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.” Check out the video and song below and be sure to check out the band’s debut album Ages out August 27th in the U.S. on Flying Nun Records.


Jake Krzeczowski

Jake Krzeczowski is a writer based in Chicago. Since graduating from the University of Iowa in 2012 he has written for the likes of The Chicago Sun Times, Complex Magazine, and Elevator Magazine.

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