Like everyone, The Maine’s John O’Callaghan is stir crazy.
He’s easing everyone’s pain with the relentlessly hook-laden single “Rolled Down Window,” the most upbeat release from his side project John the Ghost.
“This song is an open letter to my past,” says O’Callaghan, who fronts the Tempe band. “It’s probably not the sound you expected, but since you last heard from me so many unexpected things happened in my life. I gave my heart away for good, and for the first time in a long time started to feel better. I hope it makes you feel any type of way. Enjoy.”
Still recognizable by O’Callaghan’s signature vocals, “Rolled Down Window” is the first musical release from the project since 2016’s “Sincerely, John the Ghost” EP. The new standalone single is a contrasting divergent from 2016’s “Sour Grapes.”
In telling us about the new single, O’Callaghan shared with The Entertainer! Magazine the first three places he’s going to hit the minute he can bail from quarantine.
In-N-Out Burger (dine in)
I’m not much of a burger guy, but for whatever reason In-N-Out does it for me. Three extra packs of their signature spread and the full dine-in experience when the restrictions are lifted!
As if I haven’t been binge watching enough television shows and movies as it is, I can’t wait to go to theater. “Tiger King” can really only take you part way when it comes to the cinematic experience.
My fianceé and I moved into a new house prior to all the chaos, and we haven’t been able to really show any of our friends or family the new digs. A proper house-destroying party is in order when the world starts making sense again.