Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts Debuts ‘Jesus & John Lennon’ Video

Courtesy: Wicked Cool Records

Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts debuted the video for its new single this week.

The group debuted the  lyric video for its new single ‘Jesus & John Lennon‘ Friday.  The song is the lead single from the group’s forthcoming album Nowhere To Go But Everywhere, which is scheduled for release Sept. 18 through Wicked Cool Records.  The album is the follow-up to the band’s 2019 album This Is The Sound, which won the Album of the Year Award at the 2019 Independent Music Awards.

The song’s video sets the song’s lyrics against the background of a vehicle traveling along a series of back country roads, some of which go through some small towns.  the aged effect used in the video adds to the video’s visual appeal.

The composition’s musical arrangement boasts a modern folk rock sensibility while its lyrical theme, with its melancholy nature, is something of a juxtaposition to that more upbeat musical counterpart.

Hamilton talked about the song’s lyrical theme in a recent interview.

“Do you ever feel like, no matter what, some things are destined to fall apart?,” he asked. “No matter what you do, the end result is the same. This song is about that, and I was thrilled to take the concept, and the song, to the next level, by having the opportunity to co-write it with Stevie Van Zandt.”

‘Jesus & John Lennon’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on the group’s new single and video is available along with its latest news at:


Website: http://ryanhamiltonmusic.com

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/TheRyanHamilton


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