I know I post a lot of Phantogram, but as I listen to them more, I appreciate them more. Phantogram is like what you'd get if you mixed Geoff Barrow from Portishead, with Emily Haines from Metric. Unlike many of these bands, the background music is extremely clever, and grows on you as you listen until it's 50/50 with the vocals, something unusual for acts with such perfect vocals. I just get the feeling with Phantogram... that there is a great deal to come, that we're along for a long and fascinating ride. Theres something very special about this band, in the balance of the songs, the complexity of the music, the bravery in the use of unusual melodies, the sweetness and shyness of Sarah, the damn-coolness of Josh, the sincerity of their interviews, the whole package is superb! One for the ages. I chose this song, because it's pretty approachable, but their best songs are the less approachable ones that grow on you over the months. Probably my favourite band at the moment.