— How it all began

Ghostlux: A Fusion of Alternative, Punk, and Indie Rock | Behind the curtains of Ghostlux lies a symphony of diverse influences, a blend of alternative, punk, and indie rock that's reshaping the music scene. Their journey began to solidify in August 2021 when Ghostlux officially emerged as a band. Yet, the roots of this musical venture trace back further, stemming from Reb's project with her sister before the collective dream took flight, fueling a desire to perform and share their music with the world. In the heart of Lubbock, Texas, Ghostlux found its ground, woven together by a shared aspiration to create art that resonates. A cohesive unit, each member brings a distinct musical palette: Reb, captivated by '80s rock and the essence of indie singer-songwriters; Reina, embracing R&B influences; Adrian, steeped in classic rock and the energy of pop-punk. This vibrant mosaic of inspirations gives Ghostlux its unique auditory tapestry, weaving nostalgia into every chord and riff. It's not just about the music; it's an expression of selfhood and authenticity, a calling to create art that echoes the joys of being true to oneself. Their art carries a simple yet profound message — embrace who you are, revel in the creation of art, and immerse yourself in passions that set your soul on fire. Ghostlux stands as a testament to this ethos, a beacon of artistic integrity and creative freedom. Among their moments in the spotlight, opening for Kurt Travis marked an early milestone. The release of their inaugural single, "Idealistic," was another stepping stone in their ascent. But it's the promise of forthcoming ventures that excites them most. 2024 holds the promise of new chapters, destined to carve out fresh, noteworthy moments that will etch Ghostlux deeper into the fabric of alternative music. As Ghostlux continues to craft their distinctive sound, their story unfolds, each note an invitation to embrace individuality and the beauty of unfiltered artistic expression.

What's My Motto

One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.

— Bob Marley

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