Less of an album and more of a musical experience, Ghosts Upon the Earth draws on metaphor and allegory, pairing those literary devices with some unexpected instrumentation. A string ensemble and a boys' choir help flesh out this sonic journey that takes listeners from creation to modern day. The album started with Michael Gungor's weeklong meditation in Assisi, where he was inspired by the saints' view of the world. Michael also produced and did the bulk of the writing, along with his wife Lisa. Bonus points if you connected the album title to C.S. Lewis' The Great Divorce.