Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts will release their new album ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’ on September 18th via Wicked Cool Records.
The album’s first single “Jesus and John Lennon,”(one of two co-writes on the album with Steven Van Zandt) is now streaming everywhere.
Of the track, Ryan tells American Songwriter, “Do you ever feel like, no matter what, some things are destined to fall apart? No matter what you do, the end result is the same. This song is about that, and I was thrilled to take the concept, and the song, to the next level, by having the opportunity to co-write it with Stevie Van Zandt.”
Album pre-orders have launched at: https://orcd.co/
The follow up to 2019’s ‘This Is The Sound’ (which won an Independent Music Award for ‘Best Indie Album’), ‘Nowhere To Go But Everywhere’ was written by Ryan during a long road trip across the USA with his dog Peaches, while coming to terms with his recent divorce. He describes the deeply personal collection as, “…a group of songs about heartbreak, and finding yourself.”
A transatlantic collaboration, Ryan hails from Austin, Texas, while his backing band The Harlequin Ghosts are based in the U.K.