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Watch Phantogram Perform Two Songs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

To celebrate the release of their new album ‘Voices’ (which came out yesterday), Phantogram stopped by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last night and performed two tracks, including their latest hit single ‘Fall in Love.’ You can watch it above.

Dressed in white pants, crop top and a black moto leather jacket, singer Sarah Barthel applied her haunting vocals to quite a performance. Her energetic onstage jumping was especially fierce on ‘Black Out Days.’ You can watch that clip below.

Phantogram are now on the road promoting their second album. The tour will take the duo all over North America and then into Europe and then back to the U.S. in May (whew!), when they will wrap things up, at least temporarily, at the Sasquatch music fest.

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