Crafted during a time of great change and tumultuous undertaking, The Ghost of Our Lord returns after 10 years in the Underworld to tell the tale of Tele. A supposed inner-voice and catatonic state of creation, The Ghost appears to Tele, the nom-de-plume of audio-visual freak-pop producer, Matt Kamm, to illustrate the effects of isolation in a globally-connected society, feeling helpless in affecting change in a world gone mad and experiencing both new life and death as a human entity while attempting to maintain hope for humanity.
"I dwell in peculiar places, wishing wells to deface the faceless. I can tell you the human race is doing well when you smash your skull in. Left no choice now we must embrace this; Change abounds in a life that's changeless."
Recorded and mixed at Tele's studio, The Borelandome Stratosphere, with the help of a few close friends between October 2015 to June 2017, Kamm experienced many life-altering events from the birth of his son, Jude, and the passing of many family members. These two singles are the prelude to a much larger body of work set to be released in 2018.
"Black Balloons" Music Video: youtu.be/n4NPsZiSeHk