Dorian Sorriaux, acclaimed guitarist for blues rock superstars Blues Pills, releases his first solo EP, Hungry Ghost. Produced by fellow Blues Pills bass player Zach Anderson at the band's own studio in Örebro, Sweden, it features four psychedelic acoustic folk tracks with Sorriaux on guitar as well as vocals. The cover art was created by gifted artist Chekou Cantú García. Sorriaux explains: "The title 'Hungry Ghost' comes from a book I read called 'In The Realm Of Hungry Ghosts' by Dr. Gabor Maté. I really liked how those two words fit together when I first saw the title. But there is a deeper meaning to it, the hungry ghost inside of us makes us feel as if we're not good enough the way we are. It drives people to seek for more money, more booze and leads to self destructive patterns. It's also a theme throughout the lyrics of the EP."