New York City electro pop duo Holy Ghost! specialize in slick, smooth grooves, so it's only natural that they would team up with Michael McDonald, the king of immaculate Seventies soft rock. McDonald's rich, soulful voice sounds totally at home in "Some Children," the funky yet mellow disco track that closes out Holy Ghost!'s debut album. Both the song and the video play up McDonald's gravitas, with the animated clip by Adam Fuchs going so far as to portray the bearded singer as a sort of one-eyed godhead looking down from the heavens.
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