Juliet Callahan – ‘Ghost Girl’

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Juliet Callahan – ‘Ghost Girl’

Los Angeles-based artist Juliet Callahan is a musician you need to know about this Winter. Her latest single, ‘Ghost Girl’, is an alt-rock/pop classic song in the making.

An atmospheric opening greets the listener before the stunning beat drops, and the track is in full flow. We adore the dark but inviting production that draws the audience in.

In addition, the stunning vocal performances are filled with charisma and charm. The lyrics are relatable, and Juliet Callahan has the ability to connect to her audience.

Moreover, the chorus is catchy and feels like an old friend returning each time it comes back around. The memorable melodies stay with the listener, and Juliet Callahan’s breathy delivery injects further texture into the single. ‘Ghost Girl’ is a track that needs to be heard to be fully appreciated.


Callahan says about the release, “I began the writing process from the concept of a ‘Ghost Girl’, which to me symbolizes the ghost of a girl who once put others before herself, reflected on the pain it caused her, which in turn taught her to love herself and empower herself in the process of moving on.”

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She continues, “I wanted to share my perspective in the hope that my listeners, whether they can directly relate to the song or not, can take away that it is okay to feel sad, hurt, or vulnerable.”


‘Ghost Girl’ has been superbly written and co-produced by Juliet Callahan. She is an exciting and multitalented artist who is pushing boundaries and making a name for herself going into 2023.


We are so excited to have heard ‘Ghost Girl’, and we can not wait to hear what Juliet Callahan will do next. Make sure you follow her socials below to be the first to hear about new music news.

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