Cardiff’s Panic Shack have got ‘The Ick’

It's the latest taster from their debut EP 'Baby Shack', set for release on 8th April via Brace Yourself Records.

Cardiff’s Panic Shack have returned with a new single, ‘The Ick’.

It’s the latest taster from their debut EP ‘Baby Shack’, set for release on 8th April via Brace Yourself Records.

Speaking about the track, the band explain: “‘The Ick’ is about that feeling you get when you’re dating someone and they do something that really turns you off. No matter how insignificant or trivial – the feeling is irreversible and it’s really not their fault. Something that shouldn’t be a deal-breaker but when you’re there staring your Ick in the face, there really is no coming back from it. Where their mere presence is enough to make you want to vom in your own mouth. You would rather run into oncoming traffic, whilst burning alive, than to spend a second longer in their company.

“It was written while we were on a little song-writing holiday we called ‘Tweak Week’ which ended up being more of five-day drinking binge in our quaint little holiday cottage. We were gossiping and laughing about past dating fails, sharing anecdotes and it just snowballed from there. Every lyric are actual things that happened to us and gave us major ICK! Someone really did shush Sarah in the cinema – if you can believe that!! (We can.)”

It comes alongside a video, of which they continue: “The video is a bit of a different vibe from our usual boysterous antics. We really wanted this one to be darker and more serious to match the music and paired with the silly lyrics we thought it was a fun contrast. Our good friend Ren Faulkner filmed this one too!”

A fast, frenetic, attitude-packed slice of post-punk disdain, you can check out ‘The Ick’ below.

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