World Premiere

Song Premiere : “Ghost of Love” by Scenic Route To Alaska

From The Artist : “Our new single, Ghost of Love, is about the being haunted by the prospect of not finding a meaningful relationship. The pre-chorus “just a little bad luck, been a long time coming. Trying to find a little new love, coming up with nothing. In the back of my mind, always haunted” sums up the overall theme of the tune. On the music side of things, we’re really stoked with how the song ended up taking on a retro R&B/Sock-hop vibe. We hope you dig it too!”

“Ghost of Love” is taken from the band’s upcoming LP Tough Luck which is set for release March 9th. Following the band’s last release, Scenic Route to Alaska has amassed an impressive pile of achievements and accolades. The band’s catchy vocals, memorable melodies, and rich arrangements have led to label signings, number ones on CBC Radio, and award nods.

They’re continuing the momentum with the new collection of 10 tracks which were recorded with famed producer Howard Redekopp (Tegan & Sara, The New Pornographers). Lyrically, the new album tackles the unique lifestyle they share as touring musicians – contemplating themes of self-inflicted loneliness and fleeting relationships.

New single ‘Ghost of Love’ is an infectious earworm that deals with those matters in a poetic manner. Sonically punchy and uplifting melodically, this tune is ready for summer modern rock radio rotation. On first listen you’re struck with how immediate the song’s vision is fully realized, like it’s always been with you, sitting in the far reaches of your cerebral cortex. Each musical element perfectly complements each other, bouncing effortlessly along as any worthwhile pop nugget should. ‘Ghost of Love’ is an exquisite reminder to eagerly anticipate Scenic Route to Alaska’s new album.

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Catch Scenic Route To Alaska on tour:

03.08 – Jasper, AB @ Jasper Legion
03.09 – Kelowna, BC @ Fernando’s
03.10 – Golden, BC @ Kicking Horse
03.13 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre
03.14-17 – Austin, TX @ SXSW
03.20 – Victoria, BC @ Copper Owl
03.22 – Nanaimo, BC @ Queens Hotel
03.23 – Rossland, BC @ Steamshovel
03.24 – Panorama, BC @ Panorama Mountain Resort
03.27 – San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah Saloon
03.30 – Los Angeles, CA @ Hotel Cafe
04.03 – Portland, OR @ White Eagle
04.04 – Seattle, WA @ Central Saloon
04.06 – Calgary, AB @ The Den
04.07 – Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room
04.12 – Red Deer, AB @ Bo’s
04.18 – Montreal, QC @ Quai des Brumes
04.19 – Ottawa, ON @ House of Targ
04.20 – Orillia, ON @ Roots North Festival
04.21 – Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
04.22 – St. Catharines, ON @ Warehouse
04.25 – Chicago, IL @ The Elbo Room
04.26 – Asbury Park, NJ @ The Saint
04.28 – New York, NY @ Rockwood Music Hall
05.02-05 – Halifax, NS @ East Coast Music Awards
05.10 – Breda, NL @ Mezz
05.11 – Hardewijk, NL @ Catharinakapel
05.12 – Mainz, GER @ Schon Schön
05.13 – Haldern, GER @ Haldern Pop Bar
05.16 – Berlin, GER @ Musik und Frieden
05.18 – Köln, GER @ Blue Shell
05.22 – Hannover, GER @ Ruby Tuesday @ Cafe Glocksee
05.25 – Stuttgart, GER @ Keller Klub
05.27 – Aarau, CH @ Tuchlaube
07.08 – Monmatre, SK @ All Folk’ed Up Music Festival

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