15 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

Panic Prevention distills the scrappy essence of being young in London like few other albums, tying together hints of hip-hop, jungle, ska-punk, pirate radio, and good old indie with Jamie Treays’ slang-littered vocal and wonky, acoustic bass rhythms. His eye for both the glory and the gore of big-city life is unparalleled: “Calm Down Dearest” captures the thrill of a big night out, while a song like “Sheila” is an empathetic portrait of the tragic figures you’ll encounter on the way.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Panic Prevention distills the scrappy essence of being young in London like few other albums, tying together hints of hip-hop, jungle, ska-punk, pirate radio, and good old indie with Jamie Treays’ slang-littered vocal and wonky, acoustic bass rhythms. His eye for both the glory and the gore of big-city life is unparalleled: “Calm Down Dearest” captures the thrill of a big night out, while a song like “Sheila” is an empathetic portrait of the tragic figures you’ll encounter on the way.

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