a sequence of ghosts Band Promo

After both releasing amazingly catchy and powerful records this past year, A Sequence of Ghosts and singer/songwriter Jake Germany have joined together to take the Midwest by storm. Look for these up and comers to rock a stage near you for the next month. The package is a unique blend of in your face hardcore and beautifully sweet acoustic guitar alongside Germany’s contagious drawl. These two acts spread a positive message of love and redemption that cannot be ignored. Below is where you can catch these dynamic and electric performances.

Feb 03 THMV Terre Haute, IN

Feb 04 The Emerson Theatre Indianapolis, IN

Feb 05 East Carlisle Gym Elyria, OH

Feb 11 American Legion Post 139 Milford, PA

Feb 27 Monticello Club House Palmyra, VA

Feb 28 Zakk’s Coffeehouse Murfreesboro, NC

Mar 01 Tipsy Teapot w/ PALEFACE Greenville, NC

Mar 02 The 11th Hour Venue Fayetteville, GA

Mar 04 Cornerstone Church w/ Social Jetlag (CD Release Show!) Madison, AL

Mar 05 The Regeneration Fort Smith, AR

Mar 07 Eagles Lodge w/ The Color Morale Wichita, KS

Mar 18 Sokol Underground Omaha, NE

“Every so often someone like Jake Germany comes along and restores my faith in the genre ten fold.” –Hopecore.com Magazine

“(A Sequence of Ghosts’) new EP is an intensity driven snapshot of what these guys are capable of.” –Substream Music Press

A Sequence of Ghosts

iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/a-sequence-of-ghosts/id378370700 Only $2.97 for their latest EP!



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