In Advance of Her Music Box Concert, Singer-Songwriter Suzanne Santo Reflects on 'Recalibrating' Her Life
One of the album's many highlights, “Ghost in My Bed” recalls R.E.M.’s hit “Losing My Religion” with its moody vocals, folk-y acoustic guitars and chirping strings.
“There’s a journalist that totally came up with their own idea and wrote an article about it and said it’s about being in a relationship with an alcoholic,” she says. “That’s not true at all. I’ve never been in a relationship with an alcoholic. It’s about being destructive and then being accountable for it. It’s loosely inspired by the Stevie Nicks lyrics ‘Don't blame it on me/Blame it on my wild heart.’
Right when I moved back to L.A., I was recalibrating my life and I could feel the ghosts of my vices.”