The Key Studio VIDEO Sessions: Taking risks with Panic Years
This month’s Key Studio VIDEO Session spotlights Panic Years, the Philadelphia-based alt-rock band that just released its first full-length record, The Month’s Mind. In our interview, founding members Edward Everett and Amy Miller talk about the importance of chemistry in the band’s songwriting process; taking risks and stretching its sound on the new album; and the introspective undercurrent of The Month’s Mind. We also see Panic Years performing three songs from the album in our studio – the Pixies-esque “Qualia,” the synthpoppy “Two Hearts” and the anthemic rocker “Anomie.” Watch the video and download the session below, and look for local appearances from Panic Years later this summer, when they return from their first national tour.
Video by Bob Giardini | bobg-media.com