Mike Shinoda 'Ghosts' | Single Review
Known from Linkin Park, Mike Shinoda takes his talent even further with the release of “Ghosts. “Ghosts” is from Shinoda’s upcoming album “Post Traumatic” and is slightly more upbeat than other songs that have already been released. It talks about the presence of things that are not physically present, like ghosts and voices. Even though we can’t physically see them, we acknowledge that they are there and accept them. Even the video is light hearted. It features two sock puppets by the name of Boris and Miss Oatmeal. In a tweet about the music video, Shinoda said that he chose to make it fun because fans should enjoy it. “I made a sock puppet video because it took me months to feel like I deserved to have fun. So I celebrated it, and I have no regrets. I wanted to make you guys smile. You deserve to smile. You deserve to have fun,” the tweet said. “Post Traumatic,” is Shinoda’s debut studio album and is set to drop on Warner Bros. records on June 15.
Review By: Megan Courtney
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