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Today, Phantogram drop their new single Mister Impossible for their fans – Listen HERE!
Mister Impossible was written in the band’s Laurel Canyon studio and recorded at Rancho de la Luna in Joshua Tree, California, where the duo has been working on new music for their upcoming project. Phantogram tell the story behind the song, saying “’Mister Impossible’ was a song title we had in mind for a long time before it was written. We started working on it in the studio we built over the last year in Laurel Canyon, which we call Harmony West — we haven’t had our own workspace since Harmony Lodge [the barn where the band made their first couple albums in upstate New York], and it’s been so inspiring to have the opportunity once again to create music in our own space. Then we went out to Joshua Tree this last spring to work at Rancho de la Luna, where the recording really came together — some of the most fun we’ve had making music in a long time.”
Mister Impossible arrives hot on the heels of their latest offering Into Happiness which embodies the band “coming out of the darkness and into the light”. Meanwhile, another exciting string to add to Phantogram’s bow came in the form of a cover of their lead single ‘You Don’t Get Me High Anymore’ from their third album Threeby Billie Eilish on Radio 1.
Phantogram – the New York duo of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel have continued to change the zeitgeist for almost a decade by consistently challenging it with their signature blend of hard-hitting beats, guitar-driven dark psychedelia, and electronic pop. Since the arrival of 2010’s Barsuk Records debut release Eyelid Movies’, the pair have amassed nearly half-a-billion streams, achieved two Gold-Certified singles in the form of Fall In Love and When I’m Small,”headlined sold out shows worldwide including a night at London’ Shepherds Bush Empire, and become a festival staple with an appearance at Reading and Leeds. They have also toured with artists including The xx, Muse, M83, Alt-J and more.
Three was completed in the wake of Barthel’s sister’s passing due to suicide, a shattering event which brought suicide prevention awareness to the forefront of the band’s consciousness and has informed their charitable giving and community outreach ever since, thus their decision to donate a portion of ticket sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. One dollar from the purchase of each ticket to their upcoming headline performances will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Phantogram’s upcoming tour dates:
16 August                              Reno, NV                                Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort*
17 August                              Ogden, UT                             Twilight Concert Series*
18 August                              Denver, CO                           The Mission Ballroom
19 August                              Estes Park, CO                      Stanley Hotel
20 August                              Bellvue, CO                           Mishawaka Amphitheatre*
22 August                              Council Bluffs, IA                  Stir Cove at Harrah’s*
23 August                              Kansas City, MO                   KC Live!*
25 August                              St. Paul, MN                          Palace Theatre*
27 August                              Madison, WI                         The Sylvee*
28 August                              Columbus, OH                      Express Live!*
29 August                              Detroit, MI                            The Fillmore*
30 August                              Toronto, ON                          Danforth Music Hall*
31 August                              Clifton Park,  NY                   Upstate Concert Hall
3 September                         Boston, MA                           House of Blues*
5 September                         Brooklyn, NY                         Kings Theatre
6 September                         Washington, D.C.                 The Anthem*
7 September                         Raleigh, NC                            Hopscotch Music Festival
9 September                         Atlanta, GA                           Tabernacle*
10 September                       Birmingham, AL                   Avondale Brewing Company*
12 September                       Houston, TX                          White Oak Music Hall*
13 September                       Dallas, TX                               The Bomb Factory*
14 September                       Austin, TX                              Stubb’s*^
16 September                       Phoenix, AZ                           The Van Buren*
22 September                       Las Vegas, NV                       Life Is Beautiful    
1 November                          Bilbao, Spain                         BIME Festival       
16 November                        Mexico City, Mexico           Corona Capital
22 November                        San Diego, CA                       Wonderfront Music Festival
* with Bob Moses
^ Sold Out
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