HOST Feat. PARADISE LOST's NICK HOLMES And GREG MACKINTOSH Share GOST Remix Of Debut Single "Tomorrow's Sky" – bravewords.com

HOST Feat. PARADISE LOST's NICK HOLMES And GREG MACKINTOSH Share GOST Remix Of Debut Single "Tomorrow's Sky" – bravewords.com

October 31, 2022, 5 hours ago
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Emerging dark wave project Host, launched by Nick Holmes and Greg Mackintosh of Paradise Lost, have revealed a remix of their debut single “Tomorrow’s Sky” by US synthwave producer, Gost. The release follows the recent announcement of their debut album IX, out on February 24, and signing to Nuclear Blast Records.
The remix is an amped up version of the duo’s track that surges with a brooding, yet irresistibly danceable energy. Gost comments “After listening to the original track I knew the vocals and overall vibe would fit well with the Gost sound.  The vocals sat effortlessly into my mix and the guitar solo’s are super smooth.  Stoked to work with Host on this and I cannot wait to share the remix with my fans.”
Stream “Tomorrow’s Sky” (Gost Remix) on all platforms here, and below:

Host previously released a video for “Tomorrow’s Sky”, a cascading, synth laden track driven by an insatiable pop vocal hook. The video was directed and produced by Ash Pears of AshTV. Watch the video below, and stream the song on all platforms, here.
In relation to the project itself, Greg Mackintosh comments: “Host is something that I had in mind for a few years but never had the time to do it justice until now. It’s taking the concept of what we attempted to do on the Paradise Lost album ‘Host’ but approaching it in a modern context. It’s part 80s goth, part electro , part rock but none of them specifically. The emphasis is on hooks and atmosphere. It’s quite a challenge to make miserable music catchy and hopefully we’ve achieved that to some degree.”
Pre-order IX on various formats here.

IX tracklisting:
“Wretched Soul”
“Tomorrow’s Sky”
“Divine Emotion”
“Hiding From Tomorrow”
“A Troubled Mind”
“My Only Escape”
“Years of Suspicion”
“Inquistion”
“Instinct”
“I Ran” (A Flock Of Seagulls cover; Digipak bonus track)
“Hiding From Tomorrow” (Lustmord Remix; Digipak bonus track)
“Tomorrow’s Sky” (GosT Remix; Digipak bonus track)
“Tomorrow’s Sky” video:

The origins of Host do not trace back to the 1999 Paradise Lost album bearing the same name but instead to the West Yorkshire music clubs of the mid-to-late 1980s. WhileHolmes and Mackintosh were already certified heavy metal fanatics (“metal thrashing mad” as Holmes equates), they were equally drawn to the New Wave and Goth music scenes. The pounding rhythms, sublime melodies and undercurrent of darkness drew them in, creating immediate earworms and a desire to delve further.
Mackintosh finally put plans into motion during the pandemic for a venture that would merge his penchant for sound design with the moods and atmosphere of 1980s dance-pop and Goth. The project was originally a solo pursuit until he asked Holmes, his longtime Paradise Lost songwriting partner, to join. ‘Host’ was selected as the name as a tip of the hat to the aforementioned album that found Paradise Lost in an unprecedented period of experimentation that eschewed their metal roots and also challenged their fanbase in ways like never before.
“We always stood by ‘Host’ as an album,” says Mackintosh. “This project is not totally connected to that album, but some of the ideas are extrapolated. We’re taking the basic premise and trying it out now. And, really, it was something fun and interesting for us to do. We’ve been doing Paradise Lost for a long time and got an itch to try something different from where PL is now. I could take PL down this route again. Who knows? It may happen if we live long enough, but I thought, ‘Why not now?’ I had the time to do it.”
Host is:
Nick Holmes – Vocals
Greg Mackintosh – Guitars, Synths & Programming
(Photo – Balazs Szabo)
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