If you've caught Ghost on their current UK tour (or read our review of the show from London's O2), in-between all the fabulous costume changes you'll have likely noticed that the Nameless Ghouls are sporting a rather interesting new look: as we described in our write-up, they're now wearing 'Tusken Raider-meets-steampunk helmets'.
And it turns out the Star Wars comparison was very on the money, with mainman Tobias Forge telling Revolver that he did indeed draw inspiration from a galaxy far, far away for the get-up (among other things).
“I wanted a sort of militant look, but any time you have people in uniform and in plural, you end up with a slight military vibe,” Tobias explains. “But I wanted to progress that from cult members to more like an army. So you have a little bit of 30s European there, and also old air-pilot helmets.
“As a Star Wars fan, I’ve always been into the Tusken Raiders and their sort of lifeless look, so that was also part of it.”