Check out the "ALL EYES ON" Feature below


OUR New Record IS Out! Premiere's Our new single "Bloodlight"

"Bloodlight" the first single from our upcoming album "The Lost Frequency" premiered today on Post 

Click the link below to check it out and, as always, thanks for listening!

singles and B sides out today!

previously unreleased digital only singles and b sides now available on compact disc

Today we decided to make available all of our unreleased digital singles and b sides on a limited edition compact disc. None of these songs were previously available on physical releases. There are 50 CDs total and they are only available on Bandcamp. 

Thank you all so much for supporting us over the years, we are currently working on a number of EPs and LPs that will be released in the coming year, including our first run of vinyl! 

We also hope to see you on the road again starting this fall. 

If you also listen to us on Spotify, be sure to follow the band there as well so we know where to book shows!

Happy Summer!



"Dance Music For An Age of Chaos" - Nashville Scene

"If ever there was a need for some good dystopian pop, 2021 is the year. And thankfully Palm Ghosts heard the call." - Associated Press

" A dense, unified and anthemic sound." - We Are Cult (UK)


Our New LP “Lifeboat Candidate” is available for stream and purchase at the following outlets:





Take a listen over at Spotify and Soundcloud, and if you like what you hear, please purchase a CD or digital album at Bandcamp. It’s not a lot of money and makes a world of difference for us.

Thank you so much for your support!


Check out the premiere in Pop Matters!

The latest single from our upcoming record, Lifeboat Candidate, is available for stream and purchase worldwide! We are super excited to be featured in Pop Matters today, Click on the link below to check it out, and, as always, thanks for listening!


All profits go to the band on Bandcamp Friday!

Today is Bandcamp Friday! That means that 100% of the proceeds from your purchases will go directly to us!

So, in celebration, we decided to open up Pre-sale orders for Lifeboat Candidate.

If you purchase a digital copy or CD of the record today, we will make 100% of the profit.

If you are thinking about getting it, or any of our music, today is the day to do it. You'll get the record in your mailbox the moment it is released on March 19 and, as a bonus, you'll receive a download for the first single, Blind, today.

Thanks for listening!


"Wide awake and waiting" EP out February 7th

Our new EP, Wide Awake and Waiting has been out for a week now. Here's what people are saying:

"Some bands have attempted to outdo The National in making brooding, cinematic indie rock, but not many have succeeded. For that matter, very few bands have been able to replicate the Brooklyn-based indie superstars’ dynamic craft. Then out of nowhere – seriously this caught us by surprise – a little band that once called the City of Brotherly Love home arrived like an unexpected thunderstorm. The band is Palm Ghosts, who electrified our ears with their single, “Sparks Kiss The Water”.

A shimmering guitar rivets in the background while a captivating rhythm section beats alongside. The ensuing, widescreen soundscape is bold, intoxicating, and at times awe-inspiring, much like The National’s most anthemic songs." - The Revue


"Nashville-based Palm Ghosts are a dreampop / post-punk band that creates achingly beautiful, fragile, and majestic music. An intoxicating mix of shoegaze and dreampop, the song is driven along by the duality of ethereal vocals and the stirring, yet icy guitar melody. A brooding bassline allied with a metronome-like percussion adds to that seesaw sense of engaging with and then eschewing the emotion expressed in the lyrics. Taking from the 80s but not in debt to it, Lorelei is a sweet, spiky little number." -Analogue Trash


"It is so good to see this Nashville based four-piece back after last blessing us with their brilliant Architecture full length in 2017.

Lorelei is the 2nd flyer single that they have released from their forthcoming Wide Awake and Waiting EP (they also released the equally superlative title track a few weeks back) and it is more of their inimitable 80s style dream-pop that mixes the avaricious swirl of The Cocteau Twins atmospherics to everything that is between fraction of The Cure and the grandiose of Echo and the Bunnymen.

Of course the track would have less appeal if it was merely an 80s pastiche. However, this is totally avoided by adding the modernity of The BV’s style jangle-gaze inflections and the slight sense of saccharine, that so much contemporary dream-pop has tended to concentrate upon in the 2010’s. -Janglepop Hub


"If you’re familiar with the band you’ll recognize their distinctive sound immediately. Sparkling and canorous guitar lines shining from start to finish, bouncy bass à la Peter Hook (Joy Division/NewOrder), luminous synths, reflective vocals, and a polyphonic chorus that sticks directly. It feels like spring is already in the air." -Turn Up The Volume


"2018’s Architecture found Lekkas further influenced by the sounds of the 80s — in particular, Cocteau Twins, Peter Gabriel, Dead Can Dance, New Order and The Cure among others — although the album’s first single “Turn the Knife” to my ears, managed to bring New Order and Echo and the Bunnymen to mind but with male/female harmonies.
Palm Ghosts’ latest single “Wide Awake and Waiting” continues a run of material that’s deeply inspired by and indebted to 80s post-punk: this time, the new single brings Joy Division and New Order’s “Ceremony” to mind. And at its core, the song is centered around a similar aching longing, shimmering synth arpeggios and an angular and propulsive bass line." -Joy of Violent Movement


" In recent years pop has become a clinical, cold and bombastic genre, all about the fast buck and the throwaway song, made cheap and piled high. It is time that pop offered something more, perhaps a more considered, more chilled, smoothed out and drifting sound. Something which appeals to the discerning tastes and the chart viewing pop-picker. And when people realise just what a fantastic alternative to the music industry templates and production line TV show marionettes such dreamscapers and semi-lucid pop fashioners are, Palm Ghosts could find themselves on the front line of a whole new pop war. Lock and load, we’re going in…." - Dancing About Architecture


"The connection though between listener and artist in the six songs that make up this new E.P. is one of insistent electricity, a bound discovery aching to be explored" -Liverpool Sound and Vision

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