US music duo Phantogram to play for the first time in Bucharest this spring

American music duo Phantogram will perform for the first time in Bucharest this March. The concert will take place at the Quantic club in the Romanian capital, on March 30.

Known in Romania for their hits When I’m Small, Fall in Love, and You Don’t Get Me High Anymore, the two artists will play with the band for their Romanian fans.

Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards) formed Phantogram in 2007, the name being inspired by an optical illusion with the same name, in which two-dimensional images appear to be three-dimensional.

The music group has released three studio albums so far, namely Eyelid Movies in 2009, Voices in 2014, and Three in 2016, and four EPs. The last two albums went up to the third position in US charts.

Phantogram has played and toured with Metric, Caribou, Zero 7, The xx, and opened for M83 at the Hollywood Bowl in September 2013. In 2015, the group opened for Alt-J at Madison Square Garden, and toured will famous rock band Muse. Find out more about them here.

Earlybird tickets for the concert in Bucharest cost RON 75 and RON 90 while the presale tickets will cost RON 85 and RON 100. They can be purchased online here. In the night of the concert, tickets will cost RON 100 and RON 120.

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Irina Popescu, [email protected]

(Photo source: Phantogram on Facebook)


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