Roadkill Ghost Choir release new video for ‘Beggar’s Guild’; prepares for Oct. Tour of US

By on September 30, 2013


Florida-based band Roadkill Ghost Choir’s new music video for “Beggars’ Guild” premiered over at Paste today. The video, directed by Tony Blahd & Lydia Fine, was shot in a few forgotten corners of New York City, and features stunning cinematography that heighten the emotional resonance of the “Beggars’ Guild” song. Check it out at the link below:


Paste Premiere: Roadkill Ghost Choir – “Beggars’ Guild” Music Video

“Beggars’ Guild” is one of the band’s songs off their recently re-released Quiet Light EP. The Quiet Light EP can be purchased now as a limited edition clear 7” vinyl, available in their merch store.


About the Quiet Light EP, Absolute Punk said: “The power and grace showcased in just these songs is enough reason to think that this Florida band is just a few short steps away from making a masterwork.” Consequence of Sound added “Standout cuts like ‘Beggars’ Guild’ and ‘Drifter’ are driving folk numbers that showcase a taste for Wilco as well as Fleetwood Mac…you can just about feel Radiohead under “Devout”, a mark of Roadkill Ghost Choir’s impish edge with broad appeal.”


Roadkill Ghost Choir are prepared to hit the road in support of the Quiet Light EP beginning this week. Earlier this year, the band had a successful run of dates with Band of Horses, as well as festival appearances including Shaky Knees, Forecastle, and Governors Ball. The upcoming tour dates find the band travelling around the central states and East Coast, including a show in New York City on October 1, and the band will be performing both weekends at Austin City Limits. A number of the upcoming dates are part of the “Communion Shows” tour, where multiple Communion artists are performing. For a full itinerary, please see below.

Roadkill Ghost Choir On Tour

10.1 // New York City, NY // Rockwood Music Hall

10.2 // Washington DC // Black Cat

10.3 // Philadelphia, PA // Johnny Brenda’s

10.6 // Austin, TX // Austin City Limits Music Festival

10.8 // Bloomington, IN // Bluebird Nightclub

10.9 // Louisville, KY // Zanzabar

10.10 // Nashville, TN // Mercy Lounge

10.11 // Austin, TX // Lambert’s (ACL After-Party)

10.13 // Austin, TX // Austin City Limits Music Festival

10.15 // Minneapolis, MN // Varsity Theater &

10.16 // Madison, WI // The Frequency &

10.17 // Ozark, AZ // Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival

10.18 // Ozark, AZ // Mulberry Mountain Harvest Music Festival

11.27 // Atlanta, GA // Manchester Orchestra’s The Stuffing Festival


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.