The Ghost of Paul Revere made its closing arguments on Friday with the release of Goodbye, the band’s final album. The Maine folk rocker’s fourth and final album arrives ahead of the group’s last concert tomorrow, September 3rd, at its own Ghostland festival in Portland.

Though Ghost of Paul Revere is closing up shop, Griffin Sherry (guitar, vocals), Max Davis (banjo, vocals), Sean McCarthy (bass, vocals), and Chuck Gagne (drums, vocals) still have plenty to say on Goodbye including a poignant tribute to the late Justin Townes Earle, “JTE”. From the serene opening of “At Least I Know It’s True” through more rough n’ tumble numbers like “Vivid Dream”, the band displays just how far its come since forming in 2011.

“I hope listeners love the songs and want to keep listening to them for as long as they’ve got ears,” Sherry said of the song choices. “I do think it is a good moment in time for us. I hope the whole body of work shows you the journey we’ve been on from where we started to how we got here. We took a lot of chances and integrated different types of music and instruments, but the core has been there since 2011. That core is we care about the songs, their quality, and singing on them with as much passion as possible. I hope Goodbye shows that a group of friends can go out in the world, sing those songs, and be rewarded for it. Maybe it inspires other people to take a chance and realize creating can be a really wonderful thing to do. It has been for us.”

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The band members will go home with plenty of badges from their time in service together, releasing three full-length albums prior to Goodbye as well as the EP series Field Notes, Vol. 1-3. Over the course of 1,200-plus shows, the band has shared the stage with The Avett BrothersOld Crow Medicine ShowThe Infamous StringdustersThe Revivalists, Trampled By Turtles, and more. The Ghost of Paul Revere is also a part of Maine history, as Governor Janet Mills ratified the band’s “Ballad of the 20th Maine” as the state’s official ballad.

“We were able to build the band by creating what we wanted to create, writing what we wanted to write, and performing the way we wanted to perform, Sherry said. “We have a brotherhood that will hopefully endure forever, even as it changes shape. Hopefully, the songs last too.”

Stream the final album from The Ghost of Paul Revere, Goodbye, below or on your preferred platform. The band will say goodbye tomorrow at Ghostland at Thompson’s Point. The eighth edition of the group’s annual gathering will also feature performances from Hiss Golden Messenger and Marco Benevento.

The Ghost of Paul Revere – Goodbye