Your Arcade Fire Encore

ARCADE FIRE RECAP

Phantogram and Arcade Fire kept the tunes going inside Rogers Place Wednesday night.

Formerly known as Charlie Everywhere, Phantogram brought their airy vocals and contemporary R&B presence to the stage ahead of the crowd-pleasing performance by Arcade Fire. With talented vocalist/keyboardist Sarah Barthel and vocalist/guitarist Josh Carter, this music duo tested the audience with their exhilarating electro rock style. Recently releasing Three — their aptly-titled third studio album — in 2016, these New York State locals captivated the crowd with the album’s highly applauded single, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.”

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