Fantôme “It all makes sense” release

With It All Makes Sense, the first album of Fantôme (released on February 14th), Hanin Elias takes us with her on an atmospheric pop-rock voyage.

The new project from Hanin Elias and Marcel Zürcher from Die Krupps, takes form as a full-fledged five piece rock band and their debut album is a combination of lively pop-rock rythms and sensual vocals that will stick in your head. For all the 90’s lovers, this is an opportunity to rediscover the ex-Atari Teenage Riot singer with a fresh and catchy 2014 post-punk sound.

The album is on sale on iTunes and has already covered by The Quietus, Exberliner, Purevolume, Tell All Your FriendsJPCTip, Never Enough NotesMescaline Injection, Nova FutureCulturmagChronopolis Mag, Female First, Echo Online, Pavillon 666Sonic Seducer, Killerrr, Quai BacoAlbum Rock, amass, shout4music, The New Significance, Newcomer Szene, Dani Deahl, Yeah I know it sucksNerdy Frames, Local SuicideArtrocker, a badge of friendship, Across the Days, Side-Line music magazine, The Vinyl District, OOZE, Just Focus, contact music, Soundsphere mag, Amusio, Supajam and Slam Magazine and be sure to watch the videos for the singles Love, Je suis à toi and Song to God below.
The album was rereleased in September through US based label Cleopatra Records and on vinyl by Lynch Law Records.

Book Fantôme live worldwide HERE.