There’s something about ghost themes that make scary good pop songs. Take “Ghost” by Chelsea Lankes, “Ghost” by Halsey, and now “Ghost Of You” by Nashville songstress Julia Knight. Knight is a newcomer to the Nashville pop scene, with songwriting history in country music. Her killer songwriting chops translate wonderfully with a powerful vocal performance and hooks that resonate throughout the entire jam.
Knight elaborates on the track, saying “‘Ghost of You’ is about falling in love all over again and about the places that I believe love can take you. It’s about that one person you never could quite get over, and maybe to be honest you don’t totally want to. I’m so stoked for everyone to finally hear the things I’ve been keeping under wraps for over a year and so excited for people to roll their windows down, turn the volume up, and jam out to this one.”
“Ghost Of You” is just in time for gorgeous fall weather to match the beautifully melodic single. Listen to it, turn up the volume, and roll down those windows.