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Tycho – Phantom

Tycho – Phantom

Tycho’s latest single, “Phantom,” offers a sneak peek into his upcoming album, Infinite Health, set for release on August 30 via Mom + Pop and Ninja Tune. Collaborating with Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor and Tycho guitarist Zac Brown, Scott Hansen shifts focus to “breaks, drums, and rhythmic elements” as the foundation for his compositions.

“Phantom” is a signature Tycho track, infused with psychedelic touches that float around the stereo field. Hansen describes the song as a blend of nightclub lights and an unknown entity, symbolizing deeper understanding and acceptance of mortality. The bassline, played on a Juno emulation, marks a new stylistic exploration for Hansen.

The album Infinite Health delves into themes of hope and reflection, acting as a space for spiritual, emotional, and physical healing. Hansen’s inspiration comes from the high-water mark scene in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, aiming to find meaning in chaos and offering a salutation of infinite health to loved ones.

The music video, animated by Ricardo B. Ponce (Pixel Flux) and edited by Hansen, enhances the song’s ethereal and introspective nature. Infinite Health promises to be a healing journey, capturing Tycho’s evolving sound and vision.

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