Last night, the duo, Phantogram, who just had a main slot on the Coachella lineup gave Los Angeles a treat by playing a benefit show at the El Rey Theatre. The show, which was only announced not too long ago, sold out quickly, and all for a good cause, all before they set out on a new tour.
Proceeds from the show went to the David Lynch Foundation, which according to its website, "helps to prevent and eradicate the all-pervasive epidemic of trauma and toxic stress among at-risk populations through promoting widespread implementation of the evidence-based Transcendental Meditation (TM) program in order to improve their health, cognitive capabilities and performance in life."
Phantogram, which is made up of Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel, expressed throughout their set how much this cause meant to them. The show, which featured openers How to Dress Well, was packed from wall to wall, and the group put on an impressive show.
They played their hits from their collection of albums, including "Don't Move" and "Fall in Love." Of course, they came out to play a three-song encore after cheers from the crowd, and ended their set with their most well-known track, "You Don't Get Me High Anymore."
Take a look at our photos above from the show, and make sure to grab tickets to Project Pabst in Denver this weekend, where Phantogram will be headlining alongside Ice Cube. Grab tickets here.