Ghost Ship is a deeply-rooted Americana folk band with a church-centered focus. With influences from Savannah, to Stillwater, to the band’s birthplace of Seattle in 2008, Ghost Ship’s sound has maintained its southern charm while including aspects of pop influences. Their well-received debut album The Good King, along with EPs A River With No End and Ghost Ship Live, were released through Mars Hill Music. Mars Hill Church dissolved at the end of 2014, but Ghost Ship continues to do what they've always felt called to do: lead worship and write music that points to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Huxford says that one of the big lessons he learned from the fall of Mars Hill is that "organizations and leaders rise and fall, but Jesus' church will continue forever." In June, Ghost Ship released their new EP, Costly, with BEC Recordings. Their full length of the same name is set to release later this year.
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