The rush of cliff diving while blindfolded. Sleepless nights spent staring at the ceiling. The surreal, otherworldly tone of a David Lynch film. All of these moods collide in Toronto outfit Phantom Atlantic’s cinematic brand of alternative rock for seekers. Informed as much by the visceral intensity of stadium rock as they are by the atmospheric soundscapes of modern film scoring, the band create immersive worlds for listeners to step into rather than just consume.