Ghostpoet reveals new single 'Dopamine If I Do'

Ghostpoet reveals new single ‘Dopamine If I Do’

Ghostpoet will release his fourth album, Dark Days & Canapés, this Friday, and today he’s given us one final preview before we get to hear the whole thing. ‘Dopamine If I Do‘ announces itself on glacial pianos, but is soon overwhelmed by a sinister bottom end. Obaro Ejimiwe‘s unmistakable voice sidles in, serene and sardonic, “what’s it all to you?/ troubles of your own/ maybe in time you’ll tell me why you walk the Earth all alone.” And with that, the gritty-yet-lively urban picture is framed, and continues to develop subtly over its three and a half minutes. Listen to ‘Dopamine If I Do‘ below.

Dark Days & Canapés comes out through Play It Again Sam this Friday 18th August. It follows up his Mercury-nominated Shedding Skin from 2015.

Rob Hakimian

Rob has been writing about music for over a decade now, having been seduced into the endless world of discovering and sharing new music when he was a student. He has always felt a strong desire to share enthusiastic words on his favourite new albums, tracks and acts, and he has done this through outlets including Beats Per Minute, Consequence of Sound, The 405 and now Music Crowns.

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