Photo of Phantogram by Timothy Saccenti

Before they take the stage this weekend at Lollapalooza in Chicago, Phantogram is giving fans another preview of their upcoming album Three in the form of "Run Run Blood," which arrived Thursday afternoon.

Following their mammoth lead single "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," this latest cut veers further into dark, gravelly, apocalyptic territory, with the band's Josh Carter claiming it's reflective of "the sad state of the world we live in today. It feels like the blind leading the blind sometimes.”

Meanwhile, over haunting production, Sarah Barthel sings, "Follow me into a swarm of bees, swallow everything you don't believe / Drink away all of your memories, say goodbye to your family."

Phantogram performs with Big Boi as Big Grams this Saturday at Lollapalooza, in addition to a show of their own at House of Blues on Sunday.

While their album arrives on Sept. 9, "Run Run Blood" can be heard below.

   
           
   

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