The Panics are set to tour new album


Following the release of their new single and album on the 29th July,The Panics plan to head out on tour next month.

The Perth band will release ‘Rain on The Humming Wire’ on 29 July.

The first single off the new album is ‘Majesty’.

‘Rain on The Humming Wire’ was recorded at Dreamland Studios located just outside Woodstock and Electric Lady in New York with producer John O’Mahony (Metric, Alberta Cross).

The tour will be The Panics’ first Australian shows in quite some time, therefore they are set to pull some solid crowds.

The band were due to perform at last year’s Stonefest festival however pulled out at the last minute due to their recording schedule.

The Panic’s July Australian shows will see the band travel to Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

The Panics’ new album is the follow up to their third full-length album ‘Cruel Guards’.

See below for tour details. Tickets available at the venue.

Saturday, 2 July, Adelaide Uni Bar, Adelaide
Friday 8 July, Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Friday 15 July, Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 16 July, The Zoo, Brisbane
Friday 22 July, The Bakery, Perth