Phantogram’s Hard-Hitting New Song Is For Anyone Who’s Fallen Out Of Love

Phantogram S Hard Hitting New Song Is

Whether you’re talking above love or addiction or life in general, the comedown from the high is always the worst . On their new song You Don’t Get Me High Anymore, Phantogram perfectly capture those feelings of desperation, hunger, and boredom, wrapping it all into a track that packs an unexpected punch.

The electropop duo combine dark, hard-edged verses with a soft, poppy bridge that finds Sarah Barthel mourning a stale relationship: Nothing is fun, not like before. It’s a jarring and slightly chaotic juxtaposition, but one that keeps you on your toes and ultimately makes you happy to have Phantogram back.





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You Don’t Get Me High Anymore is the first single from Phantogram’s upcoming album, Three , their first in over two years. Speaking to Pitchfork , Barthel and Josh Carter said the song’s sinister tone sets the mood for the rest of the album, which is largely inspired by Barthel’s sister’s suicide.

It’s a lot more fucking bombastic and heavy, Barthel said. I think the record, to us, is about heartbreak. We’ve kind of had a tough year, so a lot of inspiration and drive came from our own experiences.