Seven months after their spectacle at the Palladum and one since they wowed Coachella, Phantogram returned to L.A. on Wednesday night to headline a benefit show for the David Lynch Foundation. Fans who ponied up for the pricey tickets — the proceeds from which benefited the foundation’s programs for victims of PTSD, domestic violence and other traumas — weren’t disappointed. Phantogram’s set at the El Rey Theatre included “Black Out Days,” “Fall In Love” and “When I’m Small,” as well as “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” and “Same Old Blue” from their most recent album “Three.” The overall vibe was that of a friends-and-family affair. How to Dress Well opened the night.
Photos by Jazz Shademan