LA dance duo Phantoms announce debut album and share latest single, “Pulling Me In”

Introducing Phantoms – a Los Angeles electro-pop duo putting out some delicious, smooth dance numbers and very shortly, their self-titled debut album.

After gaining serious momentum on SoundCloud with a buzzing Eric Clapton cover of “Cocaine” and a sexy remix of Rihanna’s “Work” (over 7.7 million plays), Vinnie Pergola and Kyle Kaplan decided it was time to put out a 9-track album that encapsulated what they’re really about.

The latest cut from the debut is the dreamy synth number “Pulling Me In”, sounding like a very cool hybrid of RÜFÜS and Disclosure. Kaplan’s soft, calm vocals pay homage to the bad decisions we don’t care about making, placed over some seriously slinky electronic beats. It’s a patient, glossy dance number that could go down all to easily on a 2AM dance-floor.

Phantoms is released March 31st on Casablanca/Republic Records and available for pre-order HERE!


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