PHANTOGRAM, the indie pop duo from New York, are back with new material. Black Out Days marks the first new material of Josh Carter (vocals and guitar) and Sarah Barthel (vocal, keyboard) since two years. Details on a new album are stil to tollow.
Originally they were called CHARLIE EVERYWHERE, but after they got a new label they changed their name to PHANTOGRAM inspired by an optical illusion that goes by the same name.
Influenced by different artists such as THE FLAMING LIPS, SONIC YOUTH , THE BEATLES and DAVID BOWIE they use guitar, spacey keyboard sounds and echoes that become catchy pop. Check out the new and surprisingly dark Black Out Days right here.