Mouth Of Ghosts are a band from London who make moody, textured music, fuelled by ragged guitars and distant electronics.
The release of 2012 EP When The Sun Sets brought eager attention, finding support from the likes of BBC Radio 6, XFM and numerous national radio shows. The song 'When The Sun Sets' was selected as one of the top songs of that year on BBC Radio 6 Introducing.
Mouth of Ghosts’ eponymous album was released in September 2019.
"With vocals that encompass the range of Bjork, the fire of Chelsea Wolfe and the enchanted beauty of Harriet Wheeler of The Sundays, you know that this is not your standard rock track." Analogue Trash
"Mouth of Ghosts are one of those dynamically savvy outfits who use their instruments and vocals to suspensefully suck all of the air out of the room, before energetically blowing it right back out again. Their debut album is an emotionally rich record which is dark and light and fragile and potent in all the right places, meticulously crafted to be familiar without ever allowing their listener to get too comfy.
Instead Mouth of Ghosts drive you towards places you feel like you might know, but never take the turning you expect. Their albums sees them navigate each sonic bump and twisted turn in the road with an incredibly skilled hand; making you feel grateful for any whiplash you may receive alongside them on such a thrilling ride." When The Horn Blows