Typically it’s worthwhile to break away from the monotony of each day life and that is what Diamante is bringing along with her fiery new tune “Ghost Myself.” It is the lead observe and video from the singer’s upcoming new album American Dream.
The vocal for the tune is backed by a driving guitar line, setting the bottom for an attitude-filled observe as Diamante sings of wanting to construct a fireplace to burn down her life. That need for a contemporary begin is on the heart of the Nayip Ramos-directed video for the tune, which initially finds the singer in a assist group sharing her story and later finds her in a “Struggle Membership” battle squaring off in opposition to herself. You’ll be able to see the video in full under.
The anthemic rocker is only a style of what is to return as Diamante delves deeper into her personal story with the upcoming American Dream album. For this new album she’s teamed up with rock producer Howard Benson and Three Days Grace’s Neil Sanderson for his or her Choose & Jury label, stating that the pair “had been instrumental in bringing my tales to life and pushing me to embrace my vulnerabilities.”
She provides, “With American Dream, I used to be given the last word inventive freedom to precise my most private moments, tales, confessions, flaws, fears, hopes, errors, needs, vices, heartaches and redemption in a means I’ve by no means been capable of previously. Each phrase on this album is my private diary screaming in your face. This album has no limitations, restrictions, or filter actually. That is why the music video for ‘Ghost Myself’ needed to be equally uncooked and purposely gritty; it is a tune about being at warfare with myself. I knew there could be no higher approach to present this inner battle than via an underground combat membership scene between me, myself, and I.”
Search for Diamante’s American Dream album arriving Might 7. Pre-orders are being taken here.
Diamante, “Ghost Myself”
Diamante, American Dream Album Paintings + Monitor Itemizing
“Serves You Proper”
“Wake Up Name”
“I Love Myself for Hating You”