Heavy Ghost - Single

by KASHKA

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Hey look, it's a brand new song from me! After a long winter, here is a song for your calm summer nights, lazy afternoons and reflective mornings. Thank you to all the talented people that helped make this happen. Thank you for listening/buying/sharing. I hope to sing this to you live, sooner than later. xo

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released July 22, 2016

"Heavy Ghost" was written by Kat Burns (SOCAN/BMI) and Nathan Ferraro (SOCAN/ASCAP) and produced by Nathan Ferraro. Engineered by Calvin Hartwick at Dream House Studios in Toronto, ON. Mixed by Howie Beck, and mastered by Noah Mintz at Lacquer Channel Mastering.

"Home Again" was written by Kat Burns (SOCAN/BMI). Recorded and mixed by David Rashed at the Guild, in Charlottetown, PEI.

Kat Burns: vocals, guitar, piano, synth
Nathan Ferraro: piano, synth, bass
Ian Borak: drums, percussion

Published by Red Brick Songs, Paper Bag Records, and Play the Triangle Music. All rights reserved 2016.

Original drawing by Jess Krichelle, photography and design by Kat Burns and Stephanie Braconnier.

This recording project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada’s private radio broadcasters. We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario during the composition of this song. Thanks also to Music Ontario and Music PEI!

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Track Name: Heavy Ghost - Single
KASHKA - Heavy Ghost

They say the light comes slow when you need it the most
I can hear your voice, whispering so low
with the mourning doves and the little sparrow
my shoulders creak under your heavy ghost

Running from shadows that break when I let it go
feeling the breeze on my face, like I used to know
Closing the door on the things we can't change on our own.
Break through your heavy ghost.

Well the timing's never right for anyone to leave,
an echoing goodbye and quiet footsteps of relief
but the mourning doves and the little sparrows
they still sing their songs, under your heavy ghost

Running from shadows that break when I let it go
feeling the breeze on my face, like I used to know
Closing the door on the things we can't change on our own.
Break through your heavy ghost.

There's got to be another side
There's got to be another side

Running from shadows that break when I let it go
feeling the breeze on my face, like I used to know
Closing the door on the things we can't change on our own.
Break through your heavy ghost.