Montell Fish Releases New EP ‘Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost’. The latest album from up-and-coming singer-songwriter Montell Fish is titled Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost. It is a follow-up to JAMIE, his debut album, which was released in July.
There are seven songs on Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost, including “Hotel,” which was previously released.
Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost starts by examining the second stage of grief: fury, where JAMIE focuses on the initial stage of mourning.
The EP is less polished than its predecessor in terms of production. It has additional rock-influenced stylings and aggressive synthesizers added to it.
Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost is described by Fish as a transitional undertaking. It’s really a prelude to my next albums, CHARLOTTE and MARSHALL, and a sequel to JAMIE, he said.
“Themes of sadness and the emotions experienced during the mourning process are tangentially related in all three albums. The new EP serves as a sort of emotional bridge between CHARLOTTE and JAMIE since CHARLOTTE is more about fury while JAMIE was more about denial and isolation.
Fish’s headlining A Night with a Ghost Tour, which began on October 28, is presently on the road in support of his fresh endeavor.
Before wrapping up on November 20 in San Francisco, he will perform in a number of significant North American cities, including Brooklyn, Toronto, Houston, and Los Angeles.
Below, you can listen to Montell Fish’s latest EP, Her Love Still Haunts Me Like a Ghost.
Tour dates for Montell Fish’s “A Night with a Ghost”
Brooklyn, New York, November 3rd, St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church
Toronto, Ontario, November 6 at Longboat Hall
Chicago, IL on November 9 at Subterranean
10 November — Hell at The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia
Dallas, Texas, November 12 at the House of Blues Dallas Cambridge Room
Houston, Texas on November 14 at House of Blues Houston
Nov. 17 — Hollywood Forever, Masonic Lodge, Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 18 — Hollywood Forever, Masonic Lodge, Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 20 — Swedish American Hall, San Francisco, California