Ivy James Delivers Brilliance in “Ghost of You” EP Release

Alright, buckle up folks, because we’re about to take a ride through the emotional rollercoaster that is Ivy James’ latest EP, “Ghost of You.” At just 17, Ivy James isn’t holding back. Nope, she’s diving headfirst into the messy, complicated world of heartbreak, love, anger, and sadness, and she’s taking us along for the ride.

Written entirely by Ivy herself, “Ghost of You” isn’t your typical teen angst playlist. Oh no, this is a soul-stirring collection of tunes that hits you right in the feels. With haunting melodies and cinematic vibes, Ivy invites us to embrace our big feelings and let go of the idea that we have to handle everything with grace. Sometimes you just gotta lose your mind, ya know?

Teaming up with heavyweight producer Mr Hudson and the mixing mastery of Paul Hicks, Ivy’s EP is a sonic journey you won’t soon forget. And when Ivy herself describes the album as a bunch of ghosts in her rearview mirror, you know you’re in for something special.

Hailing from sunny California, Ivy James is a force to be reckoned with. A self-taught musician, singer, and songwriter, she’s been honing her craft since day one. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Phoebe Bridgers, Jeff Buckley, and Stevie Nicks, Ivy’s music is as rich and complex as it gets.

But Ivy isn’t just about making music. Nope, she’s balancing high school, a killer a cappella group, and her blossoming music career like a champ. And with co-writing sessions with Mr Hudson and Michael Tighe under her belt, Ivy’s sound is only getting richer.

From intimate gigs at Sofar Sounds to legendary venues like The Troubadour and Whiskey a Go Go, Ivy James is making waves wherever she goes. With her captivating storytelling and raw talent, she’s got a way of staying in your heart long after the music stops.

So, if you’re ready to let go of the past and embrace the messy, beautiful journey of “Ghost of You,” then Ivy James is your girl. Trust me, you won’t regret it.

Listen to “Ghost of You” on Spotify here.

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