Ghost Woman’s “Clockwork” single is a refreshing new song that taps into something special. The project is the brainchild of talented multi-instrumentalist Evan Uschenko. He spent time on the road internationally with songwriter/producer Michael Rault. He found inspiration after sharing the bill with artists like Jacco Gardiner and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.
He’s channeled that innovative spirit into his new self-titled album set for release on July 1st. Influenced by the likes of Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, and others, “Clockwork” takes the listener on a psychedelic journey through the desert.
I just rewatched Natural Born Killers for the 100th (rough estimate) time and this song could fit right in on the soundtrack. While the song does have a psychedelic feel and a classic rock vibe, there’s also a modern sensibility makes it feel fresh at the same time. Fans of artists like Kurt Vile and/or The Black Angels will feel right at home with this song.
Challenges Making The Album
Getting to this point in his journey was not without its challenges. However, Uschenko states a few bumps in the road won’t stop him and will only make him come back stronger.
Not only did we have a rehearsal space catch fire and ruin some of our gear but this last year my van got broken into and ripped off some of my favorite guitars and amps. I try not to let that bug me too much, and luckily they were cheap-o Sears-Roebuck/Stencil amps/Japanese knock-offs.-Evan Uschenko
With a seven-country European Tour underway, the world is just getting to know Ghost Woman. With more songs like this, more people will surely be up for an introduction. Stay connected with Ghost Woman. Follow along on Twitter and Instagram for updates. And let’s keep our fingers crossed for some dates in the US sometime soon.
- All The Time
- Do You
- Dead & Gone
- Behind Your Eyes
- All Your Love
- Comes On
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