GHOST ATLAS, THE MELODIC ALT-ROCK SIDE PROJECT OF ERRA’S JESSE CASH, SHARE “PANORAMA DAYDREAM” VIDEO — WATCH
NEW ALBUM DUST OF THE HUMAN SHAPE ARRIVES TOMORROW, JANUARY 26, VIA UNFD
Ghost Atlas, the melodic alt-rock side project from Jesse Cash of ERRA, will release the new album Dust of the Human Shape tomorrow, January 26, via UNFD. Get it here.
Today, the band has shared the video for the latest single, “Panorama Daydream.” Watch it here.
It’s an intimate clip, with Cash cradling his guitar while seated and the camera zeroing in on his hands as he plays and his face as he sings. It’s almost as though he is performing for an audience of one and that’s the viewer.
Ghost Atlas is an intensely personal project. Every conceptual part of the music, lyrics, and visuals is an intentional outpouring of Jesse’s mind. The twelve tracks across Dust Of The Human Shape illustrate the internal world of Jesse’s fervor and ideology, while allowing the listener to find their own connective interpretation. The album is a culmination of art and tense human emotions, fuelled by a spectrum of life experiences.DUST OF THE HUMAN SHAPE TRACK LISTING:
“Gaps In The Armoire”
“Seeker (Stretch The Night)”
“Riding The Blindside”
“Dust Of The Human Shape”
“In The House Of Leaves”
ABOUT GHOST ATLAS:
Jesse Cash is what you might call an enigma. Though armed with a powerful melodic voice, utterly distinct in its emotion and gravitas, the singer, songwriter, and brainchild behind progressive metalcore pioneers ERRA and melodic alt-rock solo project Ghost Atlas is a reserved, laconic individual. It’s not that Jesse Cash has nothing to say. Far from it, in fact; he simply prefers to pour heart, mind and soul into his art, and just one listen to Dust Of The Human Shape, the first Ghost Atlas full length since 2017’s All Is In Sync, andThere’s Nothing Left To Sing About, will make you jubilant of that very fact.
An avid reader and lover of film and a diverse range of music, Jesse Cash weaves these artistic influences, his life experiences and inner landscape into textured musical tapestry that runs the gamut of human emotion. From the rousing, soaring sonics of album opener “Void Voyeur” and lead single “Lesser Gods” to the plaintive yet hopeful ’90s Brit-rock-tinged nostalgia of “Gaps In The Armoire” and “Seeker (Stretch The Night),” Dust Of The Human Shape illustrates the internal world of Jesse’s fervor and ideology. An intensely personal project, every conceptual part of Ghost Atlas’ music, lyrics, and visuals is both an intentional outpouring of Jesse’s mind and a challenge to the listener to find their own connective interpretation. Just like Cash himself, Dust Of The Human Shape has a lot to give and a lot to say – you just have to know how to listen.