Phantom Balance | Out The Window | Video

Phantom Balance | Out The Window | Video

Phantom Balance provide a coming of age visual for the track Out The Window.

From their new album You Are Going To Die Soon, South Dakota pair Phantom Balance aka Ezrah Ounce and Frank Vilon – along with director Wes Eisenhauer – bring an interesting visual to the song Out The Window.

With a cool vibe and laid back tone the track forms the perfect soundtrack to a coming of age visual that depicts a group of disaffected teenagers living out a carefree day.

The duo moves beyond their established name in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where they started in 2010 to create a story that is relatable to people growing up all over the world. With the help of Australian producer Carnivals who the Guardian Magazine calls “Blissful electronica matching rapture with dread,” and captured visually by photographer Wes Eisenhauer and Passenger Productions, Phantom Balance sets a new standard for their work.

The eight track album, You Are Going To Die Soon is available via bandcamp for $7 now.

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