Fantømex ‘Postcards from Space’ : Raging glimpse of do’s and don’ts of our lives, if in a soup of irreverence.


Off of our debut album, ‘Consent Agenda’, Fantømex’ single ‘Postcards from Space’ “is a sort of day dream about earth being left behind one day when humans begin to venture into other worlds after using up all of her resources, allowing her to finally regenerate.”

Western North Carolina based, conceived in 2017 by guitarist Isaac Crouch and longtime friend and drummer Edwin Mericle, the dominoes of time and space pushed the project to what it is today. With the dynamic earthiness of Abigail Taylor’s vocals and bass from Max Miller, the quartet is a raging glimpse of do’s and don’ts of our lives, if in a soup of irreverence.

With the growl of ‘Postcards from Space’, Fantømex bridges the gap between sounds like Sløtface and Fiona Apple. And when Fantømex brings the grunge rock into a shimmering expanse, you witness an unmitigated surge in attitude and gumption.

‘Postcards from Space’ is a lot of things. But one thing that it is in our minds is that it simply keeps you in rivets.

Emotions run dry, love depletes. The rioting goodness of Fantømex is here to stay.


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