Phantogram will be getting back on the road this summer.
The electronic-pop band announced their North American tour via Instagram on Monday (May 13), slated to launch in New Jersey on June 2. The group, comprised of members Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel, will perform their first batch of tour dates alongside Canadian electronic duo Bob Moses for stops in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, and elsewhere.
Phantogram will also play solo at venues like Brooklyn's Kings Theatre and Denver's The Mission, with a culminating presentation on September 20 at the Life is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas.
This will be Phantogram's first jaunt since releasing their third studio album, Three, in October 2016. From there, the band has provided no hints of a follow-up LP, however, they did produce two records in May 2018 to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: an original called "Someday" and a new rendition of Sparklehorse's 1995 track "Saturday." The group's last big stage gig was 2017's WayHome Music & Arts Festival in Ontario.
Find more information on fan pre-sale and general tickets, on sale Friday (May 17) at 10 a.m. local time.
See the dates for Phantogram's 2019 North American summer tour below.
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