“Ghosting You” hones in on Dead Bundy’s ability to create new dynamics within a musical framework that feels like your favorite pair of jeans. Something just feels right here. The track comes in with a piano-driven introduction, but as the verses hit, the song ascends from a scenic melody to manifesting a raging atmosphere. Lyrics wrap “Ghosting You” with a sense of relatability, keeping fans engaged and drawing new listeners in with its high-energy.
“”Ghosting You” isn’t your average break-up song. It emphasizes moving on from toxic a relationship and remorselessly unloading the baggage that came along with it. Let this song empower you to make your voice heard in any relationship or situation where someone is bringing you down.” Says the band about the new track.
About Dead Bundy: Dead Bundy is a pop-punk band based out of Cleveland, Ohio. The band radiates an anarchy ridden energy, with songs that showcase their fun-loving nature. DB is able to highlight sophistication in tracks such as “When I’m High” and “Not Sorry,” off their frenzy ignited 14-track album, Not Sorry. As the band’s music continues to grow, so does their career. Being featured on this year’s Ohio is For Lovers Festival alongside pop-rock icons, Hawthorne Heights and New Found Glory, as well as a past performance at Inkarceration Festival in ’21. The band is coming off the heels of re-release, (Still) Not Sorry that presents acoustic renditions of “When I’m High” and “Better Alive” and single, “Stupid State Of Mind.” The combination of these tracks make for an album of organized chaos, complimenting Dead Bundy’s hectic spirit.