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Following on from the ARIA award-winning album 'Cruel Guards' comes the brilliant new album from The Panics 'Rain On The Humming Wire'. At once their most dynamic and electric album, it's also their most tender and poetic. Recorded in upstate New York at the acclaimed Dreamland Studios located just outside Woodstock and Electric Lady in New York, the band set to work with emerging producer John O'Mahony (Metric, Alberta Cross). Jae Laffer's iconic story-telling shines through on first single, 'Majesty'. 'Majesty' holds the promise of becoming an Australian indie anthem for 2011. Grand and sweeping with Jae Laffer's trademark lyrical prowess delivers a topical track worthy of a place in Australian music history. The Panics finally received the recognition they deserved with the release of their third full-length album "Cruel Guards". The ARIA and J Award album surfed a wave of critical acclaim with hit track "Don't Fight It" landing punches across the airwaves. The single leapt to the forefront of the Australian consciousness scoring a coveted spot in the Top Ten of triple j's Hottest 100. After the success of the GOLD album on home soil, The Panics turned their attention to the motherland. The band relocated to Manchester, England where they released "Cruel Guards" to further acclaim and much international interest.
- Endless Road
- Low On Your Supply
- One Way Street
- Not Quite A Home
- Walk That Mile Alone
- Move On
- Shot Down
- How Long
- Everything Is Quiet