UK Artist of the Week: The Phantoms

The indie sounds of the noughties have been making a comeback recently and Scottish four-piece The Phantoms are the latest band to bring back our favourite anthemic rumbles and driving beats of the decade.

Their latest single “Shadows” kicks off in full force, reminiscent of stadium rockers Kasabian and U2 to name but a few. Lead singer Colin Simpson’s reverb-heavy vocal drives the band whilst Euan Crowe’s infectious guitar hooks intertwine effortlessly underneath. Having already supported the likes of Catfish And The Bottlemen and We Were Promised Jetpacks, these guys put on one hell of a live show to say the least.

Formed in 2012, Colin, Euan, Blair Cullen (drums), and Zach Tarimo Goodhur (bass) having been making noise up in Scotland for quite some time now. With the release of “Shadows,” the boys hope to introduce the UK and the rest of the world to their cathartic blend of good old-fashioned indie rock.

“Shadows” is in stores on 21st April 2017.

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