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Just back from Nevada, time to take a break this month! We are continuing to write for our first full length album, we will be back in Sacramento on September 10th, along with Soft Science, and Buildings Breeding at the Bicycle Kitchen for Second Saturday its FREE! Have a nice August, see you next month!


We play our first out of state show this Saturday, July 30th at Spectre Records in Reno, NV! We are very excited as this is also the record store owned by Noise Loves Audio, the label which released our debut EP '33'


Aaron Carnes wrote some really kind words about us in one of our favorite blogs called The Bay Bridged! He included us on his list of '10 Sacramento bands to keep your eyes on'. There are so many amazing bands in Sacramento right now, we are so stoked to be included on this list! The link to the article is posted below, hope to see you at some of our up-coming shows.

10 Sacramento Bands to Keep your eyes on' - The Bay Bridged - Aaron Carnes

ghostplay performing "Z" live at The Milk Bar (S.F.) on 4/9/2016


Demo track 'Awkward' out now!!

Our Label Noise Loves Audio just released a special Cassette Store day compilation, and it includes our rare demo track 'Awkward'.
This track is a very early recording from when the band was just getting started. It is a glimpse into where we got our start, it is a very raw track which features electronic drums, and lead vocals by Leticia. Check it out now on Bandcamp, and buy the tape which features a ton of other great bands!!


Physical copies now available for purchase via our label:
Noise Loves Audio:

This ep was recorded, produced, and mixed by Monte Vallier of Ruminator Audio in San Francisco, CA.


Too Much
My Halo
New Monday

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Art work by: John Conley (blkbrix)

Cover Photo by: Jason Hess / Jesi Naomi

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