New Phantogram tracks and video released for upcoming album . . .·04 Aug 2016·

We're excited about Phantogram's upcoming album, Three, due for release this fall. "It's a lot more fucking boombastic and heavy," Sarah Barthel said of the album. "I think the record, to us, is about heartbreak. We've kind of had a tough year, so a lot of inspiration and drive came from our own experiences."

Watch the video for "You Don't Get Me High Anymore" here, or listen to the just-released track "Run Run Blood" here.

Phantogram gifts new song "Nothing But Trouble" early with album pre-order . . .·14 Jan 2014·

Phantogram have revealed yet another track from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Voices, available in stores and online February 18, 2014. Right now, listeners who pre-order the entire record will get an instant download of "Nothing But Trouble", in addition to the already available download of the critically-acclaimed first single "Fall In Love". Moreover, fans who have previously pre-ordered will receive a notification that "Nothing But Trouble" has been unlocked for them to download.

The pre-order for Voices is live on iTunes now, on Amazon, or here for digital, CD, and double-vinyl LP formats.

"Nothing But Trouble" allows fans further into the pair's enigmatic and entrancing world. With expansive soundscapes, enticing vocals, and impressive instrumentation, it's another irresistible sliver of their entire vision. This is sonic trouble well worth getting into.

New Phantogram song + video out now, album due in February . . .·19 Dec 2013·

Phantogram have set February 28, 2014 as the release date for their new album, Voices. This is the critically acclaimed New York duo's first major-label full-length (Republic Records), and it's already shaping up to be one of the most anticipated albums of the new year. Fans who pre-order Voices from iTunes will receive an instant download of the band's new single, "Fall In Love", which is also available at other digital retailers, and as the A-side of a limited-edition 7" single at physical retailers in early 2014.

"Fall In Love" can now be heard here. The song itself sees duo Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter craft a cerebral and charismatic gateway into the record's lush landscapes and entrancing lyricism. It's elegant electronic alternative pop fortified by hip-hop futurism and electro soul. You'll instantly fall for it.

And if that's not enough exciting news, Phantogram have also just released an amazing video for another song on their upcoming album. Watch "Black Out Days" here.