We’ve been covering upstate New York electronic duo Phantogram for quite a while now. Since we first heard them back in 2009 or so, they’ve consistently crafted succinctly catchy electro-pop that really stands the test of time.
But with their latest single, it really seems like they’re all growns up.
“You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”—from their forthcoming third full-length, aptly titled Three— delivers a much more polished, evolved sound that kicks ass nonetheless and maybe even more, truth be told.
The song’s beat is raucous + dancey and the music + vocals are darkly anthemic.
The track’s even got a vocal flourish that’s either a deliberate or an unintentional nod to Rihanna’s “Umbrella”.
Check it out below.
You can pre-order Three via Phantogram’s web site.