Leave The Ghosts Behind drop punk-laced post-hardcore anthem “Remnants”

Swiss outfit Leave The Ghosts Behind have dropped the latest in a trio of new singles, “Remnants”

The track comes off the back off “Diamond Skin” and last month’s “With You in The Dark” and sees the European newcomers fuse punk and post-hardcore influences, with their gritty but unerringly accessible new track.

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Discussing “Remnants”, lead vocalist Finn Graber explains: “The song is about what’s left of a person when someone else has taken up all their energy, or how they feel when their love is in vain.

Graber continues: “There were probably a couple of different feelings that inspired me to write this song, but I think the first line of the chorus, “…sometimes I wish I could run away cause you bleed me dry” says everything about the track.”

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Leave The Ghosts Behind emerge from the heart of Bern, Switzerland, with a sound that blends the raw energy of hardcore punk with the melodic sensibilities of modern post-hardcore, nodding to band such as Being as an Ocean, Billy Talent and Rise Against.

“Remnants” sees the band bringing an angsty and unputdownable edge to their sonic expression; pacey guitars, a gritty lead vocal and resonating hooks all adorn the new track. Nodding to the punk leanings of their original project, Apartment 99, the new iteration offers Leave The Ghosts Behind an opportunity to explore heavier influences, with a depth and atmosphere not present in their former work.

Despite the heavier tangent, Leave The Ghosts Behind’s trio of new and upcoming singles retain a stark accessibility, delving into myriad accessible themes such as jealousy, break-ups and toxic workplace environments, as the quartet’s grounded and relatable brand of modern alternative rock sees it’s genesis.

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Leave The Ghosts Behind is:
Finn Graber – Guitar, Vocals
Julian Tscharner – Bass
Kimmo Nacht – Drums
William Schnydrig – Lead Vocals, Guitar