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"Review from G! Festival, FO"

..awesome electronic music by the Ghost ...

Ghosts on the G! Festival

The audience on the "Grundin" (G!Festival) was surprised by the successful concert by The Ghost.

A lot of people had gathered around when the dou The Ghost performed in "Grundin".

The Ghost are playing electronic computer music, which Urbanus Olsen produces on the computer. This was done very good and it was grooovey.

Filip is a brilliant enertainer and he is very good at getting the crowd to go wild. One time he went dancing around the crowd and got every on their dancing feet. He was very charming.

He didn't hit the notes clearly all the time, but he is a great singer all in all. The voice is quite high and is unique to him.

The second last song was a remix of the song "Dancing Around Honolulu" by the Story Ends. The remix by The Gost and Thor Simonsen, and he come on stage rapping along. In the last song "Something New" Urbanus played the electric guitar and Filip the normal guitar.

Filip closed the show by saying: "We will deffinetely come back to the Faroe Islands. Beautiful view!"

The sound was good and the awesome electronic music by the Ghost fit perfectly in the "Grundin" on G!festival

Oddur á Lakjuni - Oddur á Lakjuni - G!Festival

"G!Festival review in The Clash"

" was brilliant.. "

The Dance stage which, in a previous life was used as a fish factory saw the young talent of Ghost free-style over some well produced and psychedelic pop-beats, it was brilliant.. - Dave McGuire - The Clash Magazine

"Iceland Airwaves review in Billboard Magazine"

"The evenings best.."

The evenings best came from the Faroe Iceland weirdo duo The Ghost who preformed there ninth show ever to a pleasantly surprised crowd.

The front-man Filip Mortensen is a skinny hurricane, a guy who can lick his hand and slap his own ass, sing like a lady and both back-spin on the floor and come out all the more fabulous - Katie Hasty - Billboard Magazine


Single relese 31 mai 2010

album 31 june 2010

Sunday Best Lable



The last couple of weeks The Ghost have exploded unto the Faroese scene with their exciting electro-pop, resulting in permanent jaw dropage and vigorous ass shakage. The Ghost play a curious mix of electro-pop and indie rock. Supported by the searching minimalist tones of Urbanus Olsen, singer Filip Mortensen sings, moans, breathes and neighs himself to heights hitherto un-reached by Faroese singers. Even though The Ghost have only played a couple of gigs their massive talent and potential cannot be hidden. The hysterical reactions of those fortunate enough to have experienced them live attest to that fact. Musically The Ghost mix the vintage electro sounds of Kraftwerk with subsequent generation of electronic performers, yet retaining an organic and emotional basis. The result is one of the most exciting bands to emerge in the Faroese scene in a considerable while....