Ernie Ball artists Phantogram released their new record today, titled Three. A follow up to 2014’s album Voices, the band’s new LP has a decidedly melancholy feel, and is influenced by a recent tragedy suffered by singer/keyboardist Sarah Barthel.

The record is about heartbreak. The best way to see it is like a beautiful car crash, that for whatever reason makes you slow down and look.

The first single from the album, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” has spent the nearly four months on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

Purchase the album and get information about the band’s current tour at their website. Stream the album in its entirety on Spotify.

Guitars and Strings

Josh Carter uses custom Ernie Ball Music Man Cutlass guitars, featuring mini bridge humbuckers and custom “P” inlays at the first fret, and Ernie Ball Slinky guitar strings. Do you? Try a set:

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