Phantom Isle’s latest single, “Embers,” is a mesmerizing track that blends indie and electronica influences seamlessly. The song, recorded and produced by Duncan Pym at his studio in London, delves into the lingering emotions that remain after a relationship ends, symbolized by embers in a dying fire. Peter Marchant’s vocals and guitar, Joshua Guy’s synths, and Sam Thorne’s drums create a captivating soundscape that is both smooth and energetic.

The band’s influences from the ’90s and ’00s shine through, making “Embers” a standout track. We highly recommend giving it a listen, and make sure to follow Phantom Isle on their social media platforms for more updates.