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Ceremony

Phantogram

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1.1
Dear God
Phantogram
3:28
1.2
In A Spiral
Phantogram
3:23
1.3
Into Happiness
Phantogram
3:21
1.4
Pedestal
Phantogram
3:11
1.5
Love Me Now
Phantogram
2:54
1.6
Let Me Down
Phantogram
3:29
1.7
News Today
Phantogram
2:00
1.8
Mister Impossible
Phantogram
3:36
1.9
Glowing
Phantogram
3:23
1.10
Gaunt Kids
Phantogram
3:05
1.11
Ceremony
Phantogram
5:37
Total Playing Time    37:27
Ceremony is Phantogram's fourth album, and marks their first release since 2016's Three – written after the tragic suicide of lead singer Sarah Barthel's sister Becky. Released shortly after Becky’s passing, Three served as a brutal contrast for the duo, heavily influencing their eventual path to Ceremony.

“It definitely is a reflection. I think all of the songs are a reflection. It was inspired by Becky, but also it was just inspired by life. It’s trying to live and go on after you lose somebody to suicide, but we’re not in that type of darkness that we were in during Three.”
- Sarah Barthel
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Republic Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit

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