Blues rock outfit Ghost Hounds, out of Pittsburgh Pennsylania, know what it takes to make their listeners howl, and the latest single from the sextet, ‘Make It Shake’ is an incredible example of their musical prowess.
Fronted by Tré Nation, with dual guitarists Thomas Tull and Johnny Baab, bassist Bennet Miller, drummer Blaise Lanzetta, and keyboardist Joe Munroe, Ghost Hounds work together to create music that appeals to fans of Garth Brooks, The Rolling Stones, and everyone in between. Having released three albums in the past five years, all of which reached the top of the Billboard charts, they’re poised to release their fourth and bring more avid listeners into the fold.
‘Make It Shake’ is Ghost Hounds’ latest single from their upcoming album, and it does exactly what it says on the tin. Driving with a lead riff, Thomas Tull gives it just enough welly to allow Tré to do his thing, swooping in with heart-stopping vocals as he sings about a rebel without a cause, who sees the world as his plaything. Soon the carefree tone turns into a full on blues-rock anthem, and brings with it long hot summer vibes.
In the music video for ‘Make It Shake’, the focus is on Tré as he screams out the song in front of a white wall in a studio space in Pittsburgh. Images of movers and shakers from show business history are projected on both Tré and the wall, steadily increasing in speed asTré’s vocals beome more ferocious. You’ll find yourself unable to resist dancing along – and why should you! Give in to the power of Ghost Hounds, and unleash your inhibitions.