Their first proper release in three years, Phantogram are back with the anthemic new single “Into Happiness.”
Featuring Phantogram’s signature dichotomous vocals from Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, “Into Happiness” features synth-layered keys and a message of hope.
The song “embodies the personal journey that both of us have taken since we released Three; it’s been a long path, coming out of the darkness and into the light,” Barthel said via a letter to fans shared on the band’s Instagram.
Our new single Into Happiness is out May 31st! You can pre-save it now (link in bio)
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“Into Happiness” is Phantogram’s first new music of any kind since their 2018 charity single “Someday” / “Saturday,” and their first official release since their career-defining 2016 album Three, which features the chart-topping hit “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.” The single celebrates a new chapter of the band.
To further celebrate that new chapter, the band is touring North America this summer, as well as appearing at a few music festivals.
Listen to Phantogram’s “Into Happiness” below and revisit their 2010 Daytrotter Session further down.