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Panic Shack's new single 'I Don't Really Like It' is a statement of intent

They've a fun new video, too.
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Published: 11:33 am, September 30, 2020 Photos: Sian Adler/Trigger Happy Creative.
Panic Shack's new single 'I Don't Really Like It' is a statement of intent

Panic Shack have released a video for their new single, 'I Don't Really Like It'.

A great big 'fuck off', the Cardiff newcomers' latest song follows on 'Who's Got My Lighter?' and 'Jiu Jits-You', which both arrived earlier this year.

"We wrote 'I Don't Really Like It' as a song that could be about anyone and everyone," they explain. "This single is a bit of a change in direction for us. It's literally 4 lines but it makes an impact.

"Most may assume it's directed at men from a woman's perspective (I mean a LOT of our songs are) but who it's actually about is a secret. Basically this song is for anyone who has felt spoken down to, patronised or 'mansplained' to... You get the picture.

"It was recorded at Rat Trap Studios with Tom [from Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard] the week before lockdown... unbeknown to us that would be the only time we get to perform the song for the foreseeable."

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