Ghostly Beard To Release New Single “Going Away” On Monday April 2nd, 2018 Jimmy Star March 29, 2018 Arts, MobAngeles, Mobtreal, Music, Performers & Artists, Promo Visionary recording artist Ghostly Beard is releasing his highly anticipated new Classic Rock single “Going Away” on Monday April 2nd, 2018. “Going Away” is the second single off the soon to be released album “Inward” now available for pre-order! There is an enigmatic bigfoot-like character that just came out of the woods after 15 years of being lost. He goes by the handle Ghostly Beard, and he’s a multi-instrumentalist and visionary artistic entity with a boundlessly creative sweep that encompasses soft rock, jazz, prog-rock, fusion, pop, classic rock and more…. Ghostly Beard’s kaleidoscopic creativity has garnered him comparisons to such diverse artists as Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, James Taylor, Genesis, XTC, Cat Stevens, Weather Report, Michael Franks and Chicago. He crafts immersive dreamy sonic landscapes that emotionally blur the line between dark catharsis and subtle rays of hope. “Going Away” is the second single from the upcoming album “Inward,” Ghostly Beard’s third studio album, which will be released worldwide on May 4th, 2018. “Inward” is now available for pre-order on iTunes in the United States here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/inward/1339781849 All the net benefits of the sales from the “Inward” album will benefit MusiCounts, a charity whose mission is to ensure that all children and youth in Canada have access to music education. https://www.musicounts.ca/ “Going Away” will be available on Monday April 2nd, 2018. Support great indie music and get your copy of “Going Away” by Ghostly Beard as well as pre-ordering “Inward” on digital sites worldwide. Call and request “Going Away” at your favorite Rock radio stations today! For interviews or more information contact email@example.com Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.