Yucca King Deliver Eccentric Single “Panic Attack #2”

NYC noise-rock band Yucca King released their single “Panic Attack #2 today, blending an eccentric blend of noise/art-rock, pop, and punk elements which they self-describe as “indie rock with a penchant for the pretty, the petty, and the grotesque.” The single provides a taste of the band’s eccentricity, emotional rawness, and avant-garde approach. And you’ll want to hear this again and again.

Vocalist Greg Arent explained the track’s origins. “When I was in my early days of sobriety I struggled with crippling panic attacks. Every time I had to go out and be social without booze I would have a total meltdown. I always wanted to write a song about that feeling and the music in this song seemed to fit; with the dirty bass, screaming guitar and herky-jerky drumbeat. We want the song to actually make people feel anxious.”

It’s an imaginative introduction and first taste off the band’s forthcoming, sophomore effort, Popcorn but also House Fire, out on April 26th!

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