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A. Swayze & the Ghosts ‘Nothing Left To Do’ : Debut album ‘Paid Salvation’ Sept 18th.

A. Swayze & the Ghosts / Photo : Rick Clifford

‘Nothing Left’ To Do arrived last night courtesy of BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders, in his coveted Midnight Drop feature slot.

Following the recent synth-punk flavored single ‘Cancer’, Nothing Left To Do ​​​is a revved-up adrenaline-shot, of which Andrew Swayze says: “I don’t generally write love songs as they’re so predictable and can bore the sh** out of me. I’m conflicted between two entirely different personalities, which can produce a lot of blurred lines between fact and fiction and then what I choose to present to people. The sole person who has complete access to behind the scenes of Andrew Swayze is my wife Olivia, I cannot hide or look away from her.”

Over the last two years A. Swayze & the Ghosts have performed at Falls Festival, Splendour In The Grass, The Great Escape, BIGSOUND (in many ‘best of’ lists across STACK, triple j, Double J, The Music), A Festival Called Panama and Boogie Festival – as well as shows alongside Shame, Total Control, Nude Party, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, West Thebarton, Jet, The Vines, Batpiss & The Stems to name a few.

Energetic guitar interplay, pummeling rhythms, basslines that groove and an infectious shout-along melodic sensibility that runs throughout.

A. Swayze & the Ghosts’ ‘Nothing Left To Do’ gives you that punch you deserve.

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