Don’t Believe In Ghosts Debuts ‘Living Like This’ Video

Courtesy: Forward Thinking

Indie-rock band Don’t Believe in Ghosts debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘Living Like This.’  The band debuted the single by itself Feb. 21.  The features the band members sitting together in a room, their heads replaced by some old school television monitors.  Their heads show up in the monitors.

The song’s musical arrangement presents a sound that lends itself to comparisons to works from acts, such as Fitz & The Tantrums, The Killers and The Hives.  The lyrical content featured throughout the song comes across as a commentary of sorts about the current state of the world, from people’s consumerist nature to the division caused by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and more.

Front man Stephen Nathan talked about the video’s creation in a recent interview.

“This video took on an entirely new life as I was editing it in quarantine,” he said.  As you’ll clearly see when you watch, we put a lot of time and effort into all the details…It was almost eerie how much of it reflected what was coming just weeks after filming.”

‘Living Like This’ is available to stream and download through Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and Google Play.

The song is just the latest from Don’t Believe in Ghosts.  The band debuted it single ‘The Chase’ in May 2019.  Its companion video debuted a month later.  That single and video were preceded by the debut of the band’s single ‘Don’t Wake Me Up’ in February 2019 and its companion video the following month.

More information on Don’t Believe In Ghosts’ latest single and video is available online along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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