Crimson Calamity Releases New Song “ghost” featuring Zane Carney
- Nashville-based country music duo Crimson Calamity, consisting of Mallory Trunnell and Lauren Harding lament, released a new song “ghost” on October 23rd.
It is their first single in two years. This time, the duo collaborated with American singer-songwriter Zane Carney, who played the electric guitar on the track.
The duo wrote the song with Nicci Funicelli and Shayon Daniels. The duo told ECHO about the song, “We wrote “Ghost” with two of our favorite LA artists Shayon Daniels and Nicci Funicelli. It came from an idea of feeling “haunted” by someone or something that you just can't shake. An unrequited love, an unhealthy relationship or maybe the baggage that comes from a marriage gone wrong. We have all wanted to be free of something that was holding us back from peace and happiness and we really wanted to capture that with this song.”
They have already filmed a music video directed by Michael Darling. They said, “We wanted to tell a visual story of two characters – one of whom is being 'haunted' by the lingering presence of the other. We knew we wanted a pair of dancers in a cool, old house, and we knew we wanted to work in the woods with smoke bombs for our segment. Turns out: smoke bombs are painful to deal with but they look really awesome on screen haha.”
- source : ECHO