Listen to Phantogram’s New Album ‘Voices’ Now

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Phantogram's Sarah Barthel ( Charley Gallay/Getty Images)

Phantogram’s Sarah Barthel ( Charley Gallay/Getty Images)

By Scott T. Sterling

With current single “Fall in Love” serving as their breakout hit, Brooklyn electro-rockers Phantogram have shared their new full-length, Voices, in its entirety a week ahead of the Feb. 18th release date.

The album previews follows the release of “Fall in Love” and two additional album tracks, “Black Out Days” and “Bill Murray,” with the latter serving as an unabashed plea to the famous actor known for a litany of roles in such films as Lost in Translation and Groundhog Day.

“We named it Bill Murray because we always pictured a sad Bill Murray for the visuals of that song,” band member Josh Carter told The Atlantic recently. “We want him to be in the music video.”

Listen to the new album on NPR

Earlier this week, Phantogram released the official music video for “Fall in Love,” a visually stunning black and white clip that features Carter and singer Sarah Barthel performing amongst a digital light show.

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