Ghosts of Love, New 9-11 Inspired Song/Video Released Through DSS Studios

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New Jersey recording artists Nohman and DSS Studios announce debut single.

Eight years ago this week the tragic events of September 11, 2001 took place. Today, within view of the Manhattan skyline, DSS Studios and recording artists Nohman announce the release of the new song and video, "Ghosts of Love." Inspired by the psychological pain experienced by a 9-11 widow, it's an evocative testament to the emotional trauma the event still produces.

The companion video was shot by DSS Studios in northern New Jersey at several locations which include local 9-11 memorials.

This is the debut project for Nohman, a two man collaboration that actually started to put down its creative roots in the 7th grade for an English class project - a short, taped interview skit that poked fun at their teachers.

"I'd say that the September 11th attack is one of the truly iconic events of modern American history, comparable to the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor. Both actually usher in a new era. Additionally, it's one of those rare events which inspire a collective recall of exactly where you were and what you were doing," said Nohman member Johnny Busk.

The song and music video for "Ghosts of Love" can be found at, YouTube and MySpace. The song can be streamed or downloaded at .

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