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Louie Zong – “ghost choir πŸ‘»πŸŽ΅”


A quick glance at the calendar will tell you that Halloween, unfortunately, is over. I’ve already written in the past that Halloween themed music videos are what I look forward to most every year, but sometimes great songs can slip through the cracks. Enter “ghost choir πŸ‘»πŸŽ΅” (the emojis are essential), an extremely brief melody that somehow eluded me until mid-November. And it sure brings the spooky vibes.

Written and composed by We Bare Bears storyboard artist Louie Zong, “ghost choir πŸ‘»πŸŽ΅” is a cute little song that follows last year’s similarly adorable “ghost duet“. Although each of the songs don’t have any lyrics–or actual singing–in it, Zong uses snapping and chirping overtones (similar to the sounds of a theremin or an Otamatone) to create a catchy little earworm that’ll make you nostalgic for the spooky season again.Β Don’t forget to watch the music video either! Who knew ghosts could be so cute?

Though the song is just under a minute and thirty seconds long (rest assured, there’s probably going to be a ten-hour version of it coming up soon), “ghost choir πŸ‘»πŸŽ΅” will haunt your dreams all night.

Artist pages: Bandcamp |Β Soundcloud

Li-Wei Chu

Li-Wei Chu is a recent graduate from UC Davis who majored in Cinema and Digital Media who also briefly studied film at Queen Mary, University of London. Li-Wei is obsessed with horror films (especially the ones that give him nightmares), films from East Asia, and really, any film that makes you stop and think. He loves talking about film and indie music with others. He’s also a record collector and cross-stitches when he has free time. In the future, he hopes to be able to write about film and wants to find a job in the film industry that can support his record buying habits. Maybe one day he’ll also be able to play the guitar.

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