Ghost Funk Orchestra Share Pulp-Inspired ‘Eyes Of Love’ Clip

Cinematic funk that drops ahead of their new album...

Ghost Funk Orchestra is an ever-evolving project, blending funky club tropes with cinematic arrangements. Imagine David Axelrod reincarnated in 21st century Brooklyn and you’d be close, with the group blending different voices in the process.

Recently returning to their roots for the ‘Brownout’ single, Ghost Funk Orchestra step in to the future with their new LP ‘A Trip To The Moon’. The 15-track album lands on February 23rd, and the collective have one final preview to offer.

Out now, ‘Eyes Of Love’ bubbles with percussive allure, the beat continually dragging you closer to the stereo. Blessed with a fully three-dimensional arrangement, the track shimmers with soulful appeal, blending some early 70s aspects with modern notes of invention.

Ghost Funk Orchestra founder Seth Applebaum co-directs the video alongside Greg Hanson, with Megan Mancini and Julia Zivic in the central roles.

A homage to 70s pulp cinema, it looks to grindhouse horror as a counterpoint to the group’s cutting edge funk. Seth Applebaum comments…

 “The ‘Eyes of Love’ video is inspired by 70’s grindhouse flicks. A three-minute story about a woman who finds a unique and creepy way to spice up her otherwise boring daily routine. We wanted to make something weird, pulpy, and colorful to amp up everything that’s quirky about the song. Shot all on 16mm film.”

Tune in now.

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