GHOST Unveils Latest Track 'The Future Is A Foreign Land'

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Ghost has unleashed a brand-new single, titled “The Future Is A Foreign Land”. This song is featured in the soundtrack of the group’s inaugural film Rite Here, Rite Now,, which premiered in cinemas globally yesterday, and is described as “an unearthed 1969-era Ghost composition”.

Crafted by the fictional persona Papa Nihil, who also penned other previously shared Ghost tracks such as “Mary On A Cross” and “Kiss The Go-Goat”, “The Future Is A Foreign Land” had never been made public before, and stands as the sole unpublished studio piece on the film’s original soundtrack.

Tobias Forge discussed the thematic essence of “The Future Is A Foreign Land” during an interview with NME: “The message conveyed is that there’s a profound lesson to be learned when observing the current state of the world and its evolution… If you have the privilege of witnessing this film in theaters, you are quite fortunate. Consider yourself among the fortunate few and revel in life, embrace it, and strive to enhance the lives of yourself and those around you. However, remember the sacrifices made by humanity over the past 55 years to reach this point and the turmoil we inflicted on each other while striving for what we deemed a better world. This song aims to ignite gratitude within you for the ability to find humor in certain situations and immerse yourself in a fictional rock concert set in this reality.”

The original 18-track movie soundtrack for Rite Here Rite Now is scheduled to drop on July 26 via Loma Vista Recordings and is available for pre-order here.

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