Ghost have just announced their fifth album, Impera. The record bears 12 new songs, including the previously released single “Hunter’s Moon” and the latest offering, “Call Me Little Sunshine,” for which the ghastly group conjured up another captivating animated music video.
The announcement comes nearly two years after the band unveiled its latest frontman, Papa Emeritus IV, at a festival show in Mexico in March of 2020. It was the final concert in support of 2018’s Prequelle and firmly set in motion the next chapter of Ghost’s dark legacy, which we now know will continue through Impera.
“Call Me Little Sunshine” counters the bombast of “Hunter’s Moon” with a reliable mid-paced hook riff that opens the track and carries forward through the verse and even the chorus. If there’s one thing Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge has exhibited over the years, it’s how to maximize a simple and wickedly effective motif, and he does exactly that on this second Impera single.
Impera will be released through Loma Vista/Concord on March 11, just one week after Ghost finish their co-headlining U.S. tour with Volbeat and special guest Twin Temple.
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