Phantogram, Joey Purp & A-Trak Connect for "You Don't Get Me High Anymore" Remix

A star-studded rework of the ‘Three’ lead single.

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In the middle of last year, Phantogram used the song “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” as the lead single to launch the campaign for the duo’s latest studio album Three. With the promotional push for Phantogram’s last LP at a calm, Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel link up with superstar producer-DJ A-Trak and rising Chicago artist Joey Purp to serve up the record’s official remix. Flipping the tracks’s original sound, the trio of acts serve up something that should make both hip-hop and electronic crowd more than satisfied.

You can stream Phantogram’s Joey Purp and A-Trak-powered spin on “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” above.

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