A Phantogram Homecoming

Review by T.J. Drucker

Phantogram played to a sold-out crowd in Clifton Park Saturday with New York City-based We Are Scientists. Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel of Phantogram spoke of their love for Upstate NY throughout the set and even Sarah’s mother was in attendance. They electrified the crowd with new gems like “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” and threw down with the classic “When I’m Small.”

Setlist: Funeral Pyre, Black Out Days, Turning Into Stone, Don’t Move, You’re Mine, Same Old Blues, Answer, Mouthful, Howling At The Moon, Bad Dreams, Destroyer, When I’m Small. ¬†Encore: Cruel World, Fall In Love, You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.


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