Just like every person at one time or another, 25 year old Noah Gundersen has grappled with issues of identity and independence. On his new album, Carry The Ghost he set out with a desire to know himself and how he was supposed to live. “In that process,” Gundersen said, “I realized that maybe there is no ‘supposed to be.’ The concept of Carry The Ghost is that we’re made by our experiences and to accept that instead of fighting it.” Recorded at Seattle’s Litho Studio, Gundersen produced the album himself and it was mixed by Phil Ek (Father John Misty, Band Of Horses). Download “Jealous Love” below, and catch Noah live on September 26 at the Old National Centre (find tickets). Learn more about Noah Gundersen at his official website, “like” him on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter.
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