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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Brand New Bass Guitar
1
2:08
 
Salvador
2
3:32
 
Calm Down Dearest
3
4:40
 
So Lonely Was the Ballad
4
3:50
 
Back In the Game
5
2:29
 
Operation
6
5:48
 
Sheila
7
4:19
 
Pacemaker
8
3:26
 
Dry Off Your Cheeks
9
5:03
 
Ike & Tina
10
3:38
 
If You Got the Money
11
4:03
 
Alicia Quays
12
6:29
 
Northern Line
13
3:46
 
Rawhide
14
4:37
 
Back to Mine for a Moonshine
15
4:59
 

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