As someone who’s been following The Garage Flowers for almost a year, it’s astonishing to hear how the band have progressed within this time. Their last single “Crashing the Party” heard the band rock it up with an infectious grit-filled vibe. Returning with “Panic Street Again”, the band have slightly mellowed out the arrangement but still grip hold onto the indie rock element.
Taking off their upcoming debut EP “Moods Like English Weather”, the new single saw production done by Margo Broom (Fat White Family), Richard Woodcraft (Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead) and Kevin Vanbergen (Paul Weller, Lewis Capaldi).
Lively from the get go, the song enters with an energetic fistful of guitar screeches. Followed by a contagious melody, the band have already grabbed the audience with the memorable melody. Building up the arrangement, the big chorus of “Panic Street Again” uplifts the air, and it’s smooth sailing throughout the track from hear on out. Honestly, there’s nothing to improve on with the track, it’s fun and the band are highly knowledge on what they want their sound to be like.
Filled with a juicy cocktail of all the luscious tastes of an indie banger, this track should be on the BBC in swift time. Now a personal favourite of mine, this is the summer feel good track that you need while the weather is lush. Sitting outside in the garden, socialising with friends? Stick this track on, the occasion will become a party.