Ghost might be releasing a new song titled “Future Is A Foreign Land” soon

Author Arto Mäenpää - 14.5.2024

Ghost, the enigmatic rock phenomenon, has sparked speculation among fans with hints of a potential new song on the horizon. Amidst the buzz surrounding their upcoming movie, “Rite Here Rite Now”, Ghost recently opened pre-orders for the soundtrack, shrouding the tracklist in secrecy.

MetalSucks reports suggest a track tentatively titled “Future Is A Foreign Land” might be the clandestine addition to the album, explaining Ghost’s deliberate secrecy. Reddit sleuths unearthed the song listed in the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Repertory, credited to A Ghoul Writer (alias of Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge), along with Salem Al Fakir and Vincent Pontare.

As anticipation mounts for “Rite Here Rite Now”, set to feature never-before-seen concert footage from Ghost’s 2023 shows at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum, fans eagerly await confirmation of this mysterious new track. Directed by Tobias Forge and Alex Ross Perry, the movie promises to intertwine captivating visuals with the band’s iconic narrative elements, continuing the saga of their Chapters series.

Rite Here Rite Now hits theaters globally on June 20 and 22, promising an immersive cinematic experience for Ghost enthusiasts. Keep your ears peeled for updates on the soundtrack, available for pre-order via Loma Vista Recordings.