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Kristoffer Gildenlöw announces new solo album, Let Me Be A Ghost

Kristoffer Gildenlowe standing against a painted wooden shed
(Image credit: Press)

Kristoffer Gildenlöw's new album Let Me Be A Ghost is to be released on September 3 via New Joke. It's the former Pain Of Salvation bassist's darkest musical journey so far and lyrically explores contrasting themes bout giving up or carrying on, falling down or standing strong, and choosing between life and death.

On his fourth album, the Swedish musician takes musical inspiration from Pink Floyd, Mike Oldfield, Roger Waters, David Sylvian and Blackfield. It follows on from RUST (2012), The Rain (2016) and Homebound (2020), and will be available as a limited edition double LP, as well as 14-track Digipak CD and digital download.

In addition to his solo material, Gildenlöw can also be heard on Kayak's latest album, Out of This World, which is out now via InsideOut

Let Me Be A Ghost tracklisting

Let Me Be A Ghost pt. I
The Wind
Blame It All On Me
Falling, Floating, Sinking
Fleeting Thought
Fade Away
Don’t
Lean On Me
Let Me Be A Ghost pt. II
Still Enough
Where I Ought To Be
Let Me Be A Ghost pt. III
Look At Me Now