It's great to see people thinking about music that feels 'hauntological', as apposed to music that has been made to feel 'hauntological'. Fairfield Parlour are not bad at all. Too up-beat though, I think. As far as a hauntological soundtrack goes, I would favour His Name Is Alive. Check out my 2 previous posts. Maybe some further thought could be given to 'hauntological' music/songs. Not library music, etc, but something "special".
Not a band I've come across before. Thanks for the tip.
I agree about HNIA moonplague, maybe particularly their first 4AD release 'Livonia' with its abstract tracks about ghosts and haunting -- 'How Ghosts Affect Relationships' and 'Caroline's Supposed Demon'. Maybe straying over the boundary from haunted tech into geekiness here but I like the idea that the lyric 'I've been to you -- anonymously' has gone from describing powers particular to ghosts at the start of the 90s to have a technological aspect, as when visiting the websites of former friends.