Phantoms want to bring back the night. In crafting a debut album that effortlessly spans multiple genres, the duo of Vincent Pergola and Kyle Kaplan create sophisticated arrangements and tension-filled pop that reminds listeners of dance music’s nocturnal foundations. Though only in their mid-20s, the duo are already veterans of the Los Angeles scene. After they began DJing at spots for the “young Hollywood” set, Phantoms began to gravitate towards producing their own music, embracing synthesizers and drum machines, but yearning for something more dynamic. They began playing their tracks live around the city, donning suits and creating a dramatic atmosphere. They’ve recently released two of these songs, “Voyeur” and “Broken Halo,” which will appear on their forthcoming debut on Republic/Casablanca/FAMILY records. In the end, it’s Phantoms uncanny ability to reinvent the norm that leaves them poised for a breakout 2016. And as the music of Phantoms continues to spread, it’s becoming clear that the night is theirs, and soon will be all of ours to share.