“It’s a lot more f***ing boombastic and heavy,” Sarah Barthel said over the phone in an interview with Pitchfork. “I think the record, to us, is about heartbreak. We’ve kind of had a tough year, so a lot of inspiration and drive came from our own experiences.”
Watch a clip of the performance below and while you wait for Three to come out you can dig into their back catalog via the Spotify playlist.
During the performance Josh played his Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass guitar in Vintage Sunburst. The Cutlass features updated vintage spec electronics, a super smooth modern tremolo system and lightweight alder body are welcome refinements to the Cutlass. Oversized 4 over 2 headstock with straight string pull provide superior tuning stability and flawless craftsmanship throughout make the Cutlass a perfect culmination of old world aesthetics and styling with modern design and playability. Learn more about Josh’s Cutlass here.
Phantogram’s Josh Carter plays the Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass guitar and Ernie Ball strings. Do you?