The humbling story of Vancouver duo LIINKS, comprised of Georgia Murray and Tony Day aka Dwhiz, and how the pair came to be, features a series of unfortunate events that unravel to an awarding tale that makes the duo seem almost pre-destined for stardom. After linking up and creating a song, they were notified by a Korean lawyer that their track had been stolen and released by Korean pop star Hyori Li and gone #1 across Korea. After settling out of court, the pair decided to make their partnership official and thus sparked the birth of, LIINKS. Already the pair have built an esteemed resume, having collaborated with Bob Ezrin of Pink Floyd and KISS, RL Grime, Travis Barker, Datsik, Ephwurd, The Funk Hunters, and more. Their collaboration with The Funk Hunters is what eventually led to LIINKS being signed with label Westwood Recordings. Now gearing up for the release of their debut album Ridge Road, on September 7th with the label, which features the duo’s latest releases, “Ceiling Fan” and “500 Roses.” In addition to the albums name, Ridge Road was Murray’s street in Victoria, BC where the duo had first met, before becoming a couple and stands as the group’s most personal project to date. The album revisits the pairs life before stardom and shares a noble story of self-love through an overthrowing whirlwind of emotions.
Today, the Canadian artists release their next album-cut in conjunction with the duo’s first music video for the project. Musically capturing the underpinning radiance of both artists, “Ghost” flourishes thanks to the calming melody of Murray’s vocals as she shares the tranquil lyrics of the single’s personal message. Curating the production that enables Murray’s world-renowned singing ability, Tony has mastered a myriad of instruments from emotive strings that intertwine with electronic pace-setting percussion. As for the songs visual counterpart, you can catch Murray transitioning into a place of serenity, nostalgically gliding across her hometown, through a host of Nature’s most beautiful landscapes.