Mystery Skulls' 'Ghost' Video Is Very Weird

Only Mystery Skulls has the ability to make an exorcism sound like so much fun.
By Elliott Sharp

Mystery Skulls, the LA-based Red Bull Sound Select artist that signed to Warner Brothers last year, released a new video yesterday for the single 'Ghost.' Much like Mystery Skulls' live shows, the 'Exorcist'-inspired video is wild and weird. Watch it above.

"I live in Los Angeles now," said Mystery Skull's Luis Dubuc, about 'Ghost,' in an interview with 'Vibe,' "but at the time I was in Dallas and it was a song about the idea of basically moving away and not telling a single person. I wanted a new start and this song is about that. About wanting to disappear completely and start over. The music video was a collaboration between a lot of folks, actually, and even though the Exorcist vibe sounds weird, it’s actually pretty fucking cool so check that out."

Dubuc also told 'Vibe' that he is working on the debut Mystery Skulls album, and that Daft Punk collaborator Nile Rodgers, of Grammy-winning 'Get Lucky' fame, appears on a song called 'Magic.' In the meantime, Mystery Skulls doesn't have any new tour dates, but Dubuc is playing Hangout Festival.

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