If it has been a while since a breaking artist has left you hooked on their sound, prepare for Phantom Engine’s evocatively melodic moody Pop Rock single “Young and Free”.
The atmospherically immersive progressive hit allows you to imagine what it would sound like if Celldweller experimented with the 90s Pop sound. With the artist’s tendency to infuse a dynamic array of genres into their sound, there’s no telling what aural curveballs will come your way next. There may be a myriad of evolutions made by the instrumentals as they seamlessly transgress from intricate Pop progressions to raunchy Rock licks, but the vocals remain enigmatic and sultry from start to finish.
Phantom Engine plan to drop 30 new tracks in the next 12 months. It’s definitely worth putting them on your radar.
You can check out Young and Free for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.
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Review by Amelia Vandergast