The electro rock dream pop duo Phantogram’s track ‘You Don’t Get Me High Anymore‘ was featured on ‘Conviction‘ in early December — Season 1, Episode 9, “A Different Kind of Death“.
The track was played during the opening scenes as Tom Simmons gets shot and Wallace prepares the next case.
Phantogram’s “A Different Kind of Death” is from the duo’s third studio Three, which was released in late 2016.
As for Phantogram, they are based in Greenwich, New York where they have produced three studio albums since they formed in 2007. The say most of their music is inspired by artists like the Cocteau Twins, the Flaming Lips, David Bowie and Prince.
Listen to Phantogram’s ‘You Don’t Get Me High Anymore‘. You can pick up the single and the album Three that it comes from most major digital music sites.
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