Nashville’s Haunted Like Human Return With New Single “In The Woods”
A well mixed version of indie rock that’s a little bit folk and a little bit Americana, Haunted Like Human builds upon their solid debut album with “In The Woods” off their forthcoming EP.
Nashville’s Haunted Like Human, comprised of Oregon native Cody Clark (guitar) and Georgia native Dale Chapman (vocals, lyrics), is an eclectic mix of folk, Americana, and indie rock. Composed of stripped down arrangements and smart storytelling, Haunted Like Human’s songs are a multilayered listen that commands your attention and soothes you at the same time.
Haunted Like Human’s 2017 debut LP Ghost Stories boasts a catalogue of well composed songs that cross genres and embody the kind of wide appeal that will pique the interest of fans of a wide variety of acoustic guitar and multi-instrumental music. There’s a little bit of Dylan, some Counting Crows, and even a little Johnny Cash sprinkled throughout the album. Standout tracks like “River (Come Back Up)” even flirt with a little electric guitar riffage. It’s the best track on the album, not just because of the electric guitar, but because of its tempo and composition. It’s well beyond what anyone would define as folk, but it fits right alongside much more folk sounding songs like the excellent “Cold War”. Fellow album stand out track “In a Bad Way” is reminiscent of KT Tunstall’s 2004 breakthrough single “Black Horse and The Cherry Tree.”
Haunted Like Human are embarking on a short tour supporting Folklore with a string of midwestern/southern dates.