The Ghost Club has gifted listeners with another banger via latest single “I Feel Fine.” The new track from the rising independent alt-pop act rides a funky bass groove to keyboard-lifted dancefloor ecstasy – such 80s electro vibes that we’re loving!
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As evidenced by “I Feel Fine,” The Ghost Club, the musical brainchild of singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Domenic Dunegan,delivers anthems that are as infectious as they are intriguing—just the kind of enigma alternative music needs. “I Feel Fine,” produced by Eric Palmquist [Bad Suns, Thrice, MUTEMATH], follows The Ghost Club’s recent singles, the chantable “All I Know” and danceable “Nights Like These.” Each one slaps harder than the last. We can’t get enough!
The Ghost Club has previously released a handful of entrancing tunes including “Antique” and “Same Graves,” with the latter racking up over 3.5 million individual streams on Spotify. The Pittsburgh, PA native first recognized the power of music in 2016 when his dad took the then film student to a Bruce Springsteen concert, and his life changed. By 2018, Dunegan started writing and recording songs of his own and The Ghost Club was born. Since debuting in 2018 with “This Bird Has Flown,” produced by multi-platinum producer Matt Squire, the ever-growing growing artist has independently amassed over 10 million streams across all platforms.
If you’re lucky enough to live in the Pittsburgh area, The Ghost Club also announced their first live show ever and only performance of the year for Saturday, December 4 at Thunderbird Café & Music Hall in Pittsburgh. Dunegan will be backed by a full band – Zack Leva (guitar), Stephen Kraus (drums), and Logan Casper (bass) – for the special headlining show so make sure to grab a ticket now!