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Watch: The Panics Play Lunchbox #12

News posted Tuesday, August 30 2011 at 10:00 AM.
Related: The Panics, Lunchbox.

Perth-born, Melbourne-based five-piece The Panics played the M+N Lunchbox at The Workers Club in Melbourne on August 26. The band’s 40-minute set included ‘One Way Street’, ‘Creatures’, ‘Endless Road’, ‘Not Quite Home’, ‘Low On Your Supply’ and ‘Majesty’ from new album Rain On The Humming Wire and the title track and ‘Don’t Fight It’ from 2007’s ARIA-winning Cruel Guards. Photos here.

Past Lunchbox acts have included Henry Wagons, Adalita, Pikelet, Otouto and Ben Salter. Check out photos, videos and news about upcoming events at our dedicated Lunchbox page.

Related: Interview with The Panics’ Jae Laffer.


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Dexter Ramone  said about 3 years ago:

I do really like that Majesty song.

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