The rush of cliff diving while blindfolded. Sleepless nights spent staring at the ceiling. The surreal, otherworldly tone of a David Lynch film. All of these moods collide in Toronto outfit Phantom Atlantic’s cinematic brand of alternative rock for seekers.
The band’s new single, “No Way to Live,” is the band at its most energetic, fusing lead singer Kyle Brunet’s primal vocals to a backbone of driving rhythm and pounding steam-engine-guitar grit.
A sharp reprisal against the self-destructive patterns of behaviour that we know are dragging us down but still struggle to break, we think “No Way to Live”