Electronic music duo Phantogram, fresh off the release of their fourth album Ceremony, perform songs from their Los Angeles home studio Harmonie West. Hailing from the town of Greenwich in Upstate New York, Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter take viewers on a tour of their Laurel Canyon, California home, displaying the fan art and posters they’ve collected over the years, and providing an inside look at their creative process for their visually-inspired Ceremony.
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Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter take viewers on a tour of their Laurel Canyon, California home, providing an inside look at their creative process for their visually-inspired Ceremony.
Since forming in upstate New York in 2007, Phantogram has developed a wide discography of electronic and dream pop-influenced albums. The duo, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, refined their electronica-based sound with critically and commercially acclaimed records such as 2010’s Eyelid Movies and 2014’s Voices. The band also earned many fans among fellow artists and musicians, resulting in collaborations with Big Boi of OutKast, Miley Cyrus, and The Flaming Lips. Their most recent album, 2020’s Ceremony, reached the top 5 on Billboard’s Alternative album chart.