News: GRENADIERS RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘PANIC ATTACK’ ANNOUNCE FORTHCOMING ALBUM HIT THE ROAD WITH ’68

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After smashing venues around the country on their recent “Suburban Life” single & tour, Adelaide’s most annoyingly persistent punk rock act give you their new single “Panic Attack” and gear up for a national tour supporting US bruisers ’68.

Panic Attack” is 1:45 of pumping adrenaline, fist-clenched punk rock, rushing out of the blocks like a long-caged and furious animal. Lyrically it speaks of the existential dread we have all felt after a long night (or series of nights) of “refreshments”, frenetic guitars and primal drums accenting the raw fear and haste of an early morning seedy getaway.

Accompanying the song is a brand new video of the band doing what they do both live and in the studio, the untamed looseness of a live show in full swing and the focused, cabin fever madness of recording a full length record… also something the band have once again done, the new record to be entitled “Find Something You Love And Let It Kill You”, and to be self-released in October this year.

To celebrate the release of “Panic Attack” and get some fresh air, Grenadiers are hitting the road this week with US-based 2-piece ’68 (the new garage rock-tinged project from ex-Norma Jean/The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin).

123 AGENCY PRESENTS:

GRENADIERS
Supporting ’68
THUR 20 JULY
Enigma Bar – Adelaide

FRI 21 JULY
Northcote Social Club – Melbourne

SAT 22 JULY
The Basement – Canberra

SUN 23 JULY
Oxford Art – Sydney

MON 24 JULY
Small Bandroom – Newcastle

WED 26 JULY
Crowbar – Brisbane

All tickets available here

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