Ghostpoet / Shares Video For 'Woe Is Meee'

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"a great album that bodes well for Ghostpoet's future"
- i Paper *****  

"Stunning second full-band outing from savvy, sharp-eyed London chronicler"
- Mojo ****  

"a mesmerising meditation on uncertainty and unease..."
- Q ****  

"It might well be his most musically bold but thoughtful album to date..."  
- DIY ****  

Following his Top 40 success with fourth album 'Dark Days + Canapés', released in August, Ghostpoet unveils the video for new track ‘Woe is Meee'.

Directed by Savannah Setten (RSA / Black Dog Films), it features a brief cameo from Obaro. The idea behind the video was as she explains; "Depicting the  darker, emotional response I had to the track led me to build a world around an atypical senior citizen (played by John O'Brien) who at 70, finding himself in a society openly discussing gender neutrality, chooses to address his deepest most insular struggles around sexuality and persona.” 

Watch the video on YouTube HERE.

A blues laden highlight from the album, 'Woe Is Meee' enlists Massive Attack's Daddy G on guest vocals, providing a dark and sinuous turn amidst the stripped back musical arrangement. Daddy G's brooding presence compliments Ghostpoet's captivating delivery and together allow the listener to dive deep into the gulf between fantasy and reality.

Embarking on his biggest UK tour to date, Ghostpoet plays the remaining shows this side of Christmas before cris-crossing Europe throughout February and March 2018.

03.11 2017 OXFORD  Academy 2
04.11 DOVER  The Booking Hall
06.11 LEICESTER  Academy 3 
07.11 NOTTINGHAM  Rescue Rooms 
08.11 BRIGHTON  Concorde 2 
09.11 LONDON  The Roundhouse  
11.11 MANCHESTER  Academy 2 
12.11 NORWICH  Arts Centre 
13.11 PORTSMOUTH  Wedgewood Rooms 
14.11 BRISTOL  Marble Factory  
31.01 2018 LILLE, FR  L’Aernef  
01.02 PARIS, FR  La Maroquinerie
02.02 BRUSSELS, BE  Ancienne Belgique
03.02 AMSTERDAM, NL Bitterzoet
05.02 HEIDELBERG, DE  Karlstorbahof
06.02 COLOGNE, DE  Gloria Theatre
07.02 HAMBURG, DE  Mojo Club
08.02 BERLIN, DE Berghain
10.02 AARHUS, DK  Voxhall
11.02 COPENHAGEN, DE  Vega
12.02 OSLO, NO John Dee
14.02 TALLIN, EE Club Sinilind
16.02 RIGA, LV  Daile
17.02 VILNIUS, LT  Art Factory Loftas
18.02 WARSAW  PL  Niebo
20.02 PRAGUE, CZ  Lucerna
21.02 WIEN, AT Flex
22.02 ISTANBUL, TR  Babylon
23.02 BUDAPEST, HU  A38 Ship
24.02 ZAGREB, HR  Mochvara
25.02 LJUBIJANA, SI  Kino Siska Center For Urban Culture
27.02 ROME, IT  Teatro Quirinetta
28.02 MILAN, IT  Circolo  Magnolia
01.03 MUNICH, DE  Feierwerk
02.03 ZURICH, CZ  Stall 6
03.03 DUDINGEN, CZ  Café Bad Bonn