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Following the success of their recently released third studio LP, Three (out now on Republic) and sold-out live dates across North America, Europe and Austraia, Phantogram are excited to announce a new leg of North American and European tour dates for Spring 2017. The tour kicks off in Honolulu on February 25th and includes stops at some of the year’s biggest music festivals, including Coachella, Sasquatch!, Middlelands and Governors Ball, while winding across select cities in Europe through June 4th (full tour dates below).  More dates to be announced soon!

The news comes just after the band kicked off 2017 with a fresh A-Trak remix of their hit song “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” featuring Joey Purp, a cover of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes / Arpeggi” for Triple J radio in Australia and a live-streamed Billboard  performance.

02/25 Honolulu, HI – The Republik
03/01 Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom [SOLD OUT]
03/11 Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
03/12 St Paul, MN – Palace Theatre
03/13 Madison, WI – Orpheum Madison
03/14 Urbana, IL – The Canopy Club
03/16 Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s
03/17 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle Atlanta
03/30 Bucharest, Romania – Quantic
04/01 Athens, Greece – Fuzz Live Music Club
04/03 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
04/04 London, UK – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
04/06 Riga, Latvia – Palladium Riga
04/07 Moscow, Russia – Izvestiya Hall
04/08 St. Petersburg, Russia – Zal Ozhidaniya
04/14 Indio, CA – Coachella
04/21 Indio, CA – Coachella
04/22 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Amphitheatre
05/05 – 05/07 Todd Mission, TX – Middlelands Festival
05/26 – 05/28 Quincy, WA – Sasquatch! Music Festival
06/2 – 06/04 New York, NY – Governor’s Ball

Phantogram – Weird Fishes / Arpeggi (Radiohead cover)


Phantogram are diving into 2017 with two new releases for fans- the first is a fresh take on their hit song “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” from remix legend A-Trak, with an additional verse from SaveMoney Crew’s Joey Purp. The remix will be available for purchase and on all streaming services tomorrow but you can preview now via XXL.

While recently in Australia on tour, Phantogram recorded a cover of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes”, in addition to their own song “Cruel World”, for Triple J radio, which aired today.

Check out links to both below and catch Phantogram out on the road in support of their third studio album, Three, out now on Republic.

Phantogram – Same Old Blues


Recently Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Vogue, Pitchfork and more have listed Phantogram’s upcoming album Three (10/7 on Republic) as one of the most highly anticipated releases for fall- their single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” continues to quickly climb at radio. Today they share “Same Old Blues”, an uplifting anthem featuring Sarah Barthel’s vocals effortlessly gliding over Josh Carter’s beats. Listen below and check them on a tour across North America starting 9/29 in Las Vegas.

Pre-order THREE for an instant download of “Same Old Blues” as well as “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” “Cruel World,” and “Run Run Blood”…


Phantogram – Cruel World


Another new Phantogram track just hit the web taken from their album Three (Republic) out October 7th. As Sarah Barthel told Complex, ” ‘Cruel World’…is about how tragic life can be at times – how the world can bring you down… But you have to try to find the beauty in it sometimes.

Listen below and catch Phantogram on tour starting 9/29 in Las Vegas.

Phantogram – Run Run Blood


Momentum continues to build toward the release of Phantogram’s third studio album, Three (out this fall on Republic), today with the release of the new track “Run Run Blood” – listen now below. On the track, the Phantogram told Stereogum, “Run Run Blood is about the sad state of the world we live in today. It feels like the blind leading the blind sometimes.”.

Check for upcoming fall tour dates, the amazing Grant Singer-directed video for hit single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”, lyric video, behind-the-scenes and more. Phantogram join Big Boi to perform as Big Grams at Lollapalooza this Saturday, as well as a sold-out Phantogram after-show Sunday night at the House of Blues.

Video: Phantogram – You Don’t Get Me High Anymore


Phantogram has an official video for their chart-climbing single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”, available today on YouTube / VEVO. Josh & Sarah went to the Salton Sea in California with director Grant Singer to create the stunning & slightly disturbing visual. Their third studio album Three is out October 14th on Republic. Check for tour dates & more news to come.

On the song & video, Phantogram shares:

You Don’t Get Me High Anymore is about the loneliness in superficial relationships and that feeling of not being able to find happiness in places that were once so easy to come across. The desolation in Bombay Beach represents that feeling really well. The area was once a promising vacation spot before the droughts and now it’s a ghost town. We were excited that Grant [Singer] picked that spot, he understood the aesthetic of the song right off the bat and ran with it.” – via FADER

Phantogram – Three LP

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Phantogram, the critically acclaimed sonic duo comprised of Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, today announced their third studio LP, Three, to be released September 16th on Republic Records! After teasing their new single, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” last month, today it comes offered as an Instant Grat download with album pre-order.

Listen to “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” here:

Since the release of their 2014 album Voices, Phantogram have trekked across the globe playing live shows and festival dates, contributed features to everyone from A-Trak to Miley Cyrus and been sampled by Kanye West, The Game and A$AP Rocky, as well as releasing their debut BIG GRAMS LP with good friend and musical partner in crime, Big Boi of Outkast. The New York bred duo made writing stops at home and in Atlanta before picking back up in Los Angeles to record Three. Carter and Barthel shared duties on production and vocals, melding elements of rock, pop, hip-hop and electronic. The resulting sound leans darker and more psychedelic yet with some of the brightest and most introspective pop melodies they’ve delivered to date, truly making them genre-defying artists for the 21st century.

In support of their new album, Phantogram will be touring across the United States and Canada this fall, kicking off in Las Vegas on September 29th and winding their way across both coasts through November 5th. Tickets for select Phantogram dates will be bundled with a digital preorder of Three.

Listen to a new exclusive mixtape created by Phantogram of some of the band’s favorite songs now on Pandora and learn about an exclusive pre-sale launching on June 22nd at 10AM local time

Check back at for videos, remixes and more announcements coming soon!

Video: Phantogram – You Don’t Get Me High Anymore


Phantogram has a new single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” coming 6/16 on Republic – listen to a clip below and watch the full video here.

Phantogram – Black Out Days (Future Islands Remix)


New York synth-pop duo Phantogram  is on the road this summer supporting their recent Republic Records release “Voices”, which was called “an epochal album, a generational capstone that will reside in playlists for a generation to come” by The Associated Press.

Recorded in Los Angeles with co-producer John Hill (Santigold, MIA), “Voices”  follows up the group’s celebrated full-length debut Eyelid Movies [2010, Barsuk] and Nightlife EP [2011, Barsuk], which established them as one of music’s most intriguing indie outfits. Soon, the likes of The Flaming Lips and Big Boi [Outkast] began seeking them out for studio collaborations. Republic Records also recognized their spirit and joined forces with them in 2013.

Below, you can stream a beautiful remix of Voices standout track “Black Out Days”, by synth-pop act Future Islands. Check out for a full list of upcoming tour dates and when the band is near you!

Phantogram – Bill Murray

New York synth duo Phantogram have shared the fifth track from their forthcoming album, “Bill Murray.” The band’s Josh Carter said that he and singer Sarah Barthelalways pictured a sad Bill Murray as the visual accompaniment to the song, thus necessitating the title. The "Voices" LP is out February 18.