SUFFOLK indie three-piece These Ghosts are playing at a special A-level results night tomorrow - just a year after picking up their own results.
Singer and guitarist Calum Duncan, 21, bass player Nick Yager, 20, and drummer Harry Hall, from near Eye, are hoping to make it a night to remember after spending the last month in the studio recording their second album.
The trio have been writing and recording the ten track album at the Mill Studio in Wymondham - the same studio they used when they were just 13.
Harry said the band’s time in the studio had been very productive but was looking forward to playing live again.
He said: “We have been in the studio for the last month writing the new album in the studio.
“It is pretty weird because we recorded there when we were 13, now years later we are paying there again.
“It is going great, we are getting a lot of productive work done.
“The album is shaping up to be a different sound for us, nothing too different, it just seems to be happening naturally.”
Harry said he was excited about returning to Bury St Edmunds for the gig at the LP on Thursday August 16 as part of the Washing Machine A-level results night party.
He said: “This time last year we were getting our results so it is good to be part of the celebration.
“We have played in Bury St Edmunds before and it always has a great, energetic crowd.
“We have all been playing with each other for years now.
“It makes such a difference, a more cohesive and tight sound, because we know what each other are going to do.”
These Ghosts have recently found out they will be supporting Reverend and the Makers at the Open in Norwich on October 19.
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