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Single Review: 308 Ghost Train “Bleed Over Me”

Florida is home to some weird and wonderful attractions, including a city of mermaids, an underwater music festival and a hill that defies gravity. A welcome addition to that list is aptly named classic rock act 308 Ghost Train, who have recently released their new single “Bleed Over Me”. Despite the gothic imagery that the band’s branding may evoke, their sound is broadly accessible and well crafted. “Bleed Over Me” is a rock ballad, featuring theatrical qualities in a similar vein to early Meatloaf. Vocalist and songwriter Anthony Caruso delivers his message with a unique character, somewhere between Joe Cocker and Bryan Adams. There is perhaps a hint of Guns ‘N Roses mixed in for taste. Produced by Caruso in Nashville, the track is racking up plays on Spotify and is finding a home on thousands of playlists during a pandemic lockdown. “Bleed Over Me” by 308 Ghost Train is an emotive classic rock power ballad that is sure to set this driven band on the right track.

-TMC

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