In case you missed it, Phantogram gave us a taste of some new music a few weeks ago. Here’s what people are saying about “Black Out Days“.
Looks like there’s more new material from Phantogram on the horizon, if this new song “Black Out Days” is any indication; it features darkly shaded electronics, Sarah Barthel’s rock-solid vocals, and a warped vocal sample, so it’s the Phantogram you still know and love. -Pitchfork
It’s a wondrous and complex cut, layered with a number of elements that buzz, bump, and burst at various moments. Along with Sarah Barthel’s dazzling coo, the collage of sound, at times assaulting in its density, jolting in its unpredictability, and sweeping with its echo-y chorus and somewhat hip-hop sway make for a truly infectious tune and impressive return. -Consequence of Sound
”Black Out Days” is full of fuzzy synths and glitchy beats, all matched with the brooding vocals of Sarah Barthel //swoon//. -Indie Shuffle
Also look for “Celebrating Nothing” from the forthcoming self-titled EP