Maine-based rock outfit The Ghost of Paul Revere has released a new single entitled, “Love At Your Convenience”. The emotional and climactic alternative-Americana song is their first new music this year following 2019 that saw the arrival of the group’s Field Notes, Vol. 2 EP. “Love At Your Convenience” also acts as the lead single for their forthcoming studio album, which has yet to be fully detailed.

Though the recording is new, the song has already passed any required road tests, as “Love At Your Convenience” has made appearances during their live shows to the quick approval of their growing fanbase.

“‘Love at Your Convenience’ is a song about coping with the emotions of leaving someone you love. We wanted the arrangement to be powerful and the vocals visceral, so we looked to inspiration from bands like the Pixies, Led Zeppelin, Local Natives, and The Band,” guitarist/singer Griffin Sherry said of the band’s latest track in a statement via press release. “‘Love at Your Convenience’ was the first of these new songs we worked on the road, and it has already become one of the most requested songs at our shows. I believe it’s the emotion we captured, playing to that universal understanding of heartbreak, that resonates with people when they hear it.”

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The song’s arrival on Wednesday also came with its affiliated music video. Filmed in an empty warehouse, the Joshua Hand-directed video showcases the band looking awfully dapper in matching black suits surrounded by hanging flowers.

Watch the new video for “Love At Your Convenience” below.

The Ghost of Paul Revere – “Love At Your Convenience” 

[Video: Ghost of Paul Revere]

The group recently wrapped a four-night run of sold-out shows at the Narrow Gauge Cinema drive-in theater in Farmington, ME last month on June 25th-28th. The band will continue their “Live At The Drive-In” shows with upcoming Northeast performances in Westerly, RI (7/15); Swanzey, NH (7/17); and Essex Junction, VT (7/18). Prior to those shows, fans can also tune into the band’s virtual performance from Daryl’s Club House in New York on July 14th. The July tour schedule also includes an appearance at the Levitate Backyard in Marshfield, MA on July 16th–an in-person event that sold out in minutes.

The band’s annual Ghostland festival won’t take place this fall as initially planned, but is set to return to Portland, ME over Labor Day Weekend of next year (September 3rd-4th, 2021) with performances from Deer Tick, The Mallett Brothers Band, and Bell Systems.

Head to the band’s website for ticket info.