"This Twist-inducing surf anthem hits hard straight out of the gate with a bubbly and infectious guitar riff. Keeping up with the quick pace, France shows off his vocal range as he belts melodic and atmospheric vocal runs before getting halfway into the song, where the direction takes a risky turn. From surf-rock to blues-rock, the song cuts to a half-tempo 8-bar blues structure with droning guitar chords combining elements of garage and psychedelic to create something deliberate, but with a feeling of spontaneity. Finally the song comes to close with a minute of blues shredding as the song picks back up to full speed for the finale. The song fits nicely into the schematic of the upcoming self-titled album which is a compelling blues-driven compilation of rugged surf-punk tracks that fall somewhere in the middle of the surf-punk spectrum, between staples Wavves and Surfer Blood: tamer than the former and balls-ier than latter." - IMPOSE Magazine on "Ghost Town"