Phantogram returned home to New York to deliver their most refined release yet, Three. After opening for the likes of Muse and Alt-J, it was a pleasant surprise to see the duo (Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter) headline one of NYC's biggest rooms, Hammerstein Ballroom.

What sets Three apart from the duo's previous work is just how immediate, yet considered the songs are - which certainly translates well to the live arena. They wanted to provide an immersive atmosphere, and once they took to the stage that became immediately clear, as high-quality projections illuminated a screen that kept the duo hidden from view. It wasn't until 'You're Mine' when they became visible, both completely clad in black.

The set was heavy on tracks from Three, but fan favourites such as 'Turning Into Stone' and 'When I'm Small' also made the cut. The bravest moment came right at the end of the show, when the set came to an end with leading Three single 'You Don't Get Me High Anymore' - the reception from the crowd proved that the duo can make their own rules, and their fans will always be willing to come along for the ride.

The Range @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
The Range @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
The Range @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)
Phantogram @ Hammerstein, NYC (10/22/16)