Astari Nite shares new single “The Girl Who Tried”
“The Girl Who Tried” is an instant flashback in time, to the late 80’s, early 90’s dark and goth clubs of London and New York. The track is brimming with with the sounds of synths, backed by a steady, upbeat bass and drum line.
While the music of the single is ready to take the dance floors of the world by storm, vocalist Mychael Ghost’s lyrics float eerily over the track, letting the music guide your body while the words speak to the soul. “The Girl Who Tried” is a track heavily inspired by the New Wave dance movement, it’s sound being noticeably influenced by acts such as Depeche Mode and New Order.
The track was produced and mixed by Howard Melnick (Guitars/ Programing), and mastered by Rees Bridges, (Dirty Vegas, Pete Doherty and Tears for Fears) who has worked the whole “Dreams of Majesty” EP with the band.
“The Girl Who Tried is a song about regret and closure. It finalizes the story that we began in 2015 when we released The Boy Who Tried. When I close my eyes I picture someone praying while saying these words, however I have no clue if these prayers will ever be answered and by whom to say the least.” -M.G.
Astari Nite is continuing their relationship with artist Sandy Holmes (elemental.eyes) for the cover art of the latest EP, which will also embody the ideas expressed by each song on the album.
The “Dreams Of Majesty” EP is scheduled for a late summer release this year on Cleopatra Records (U.S.) and Danse Macabre Records (Europe)