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Don’t Panic Drops New Single And Music Video For “Time Machine”

The Arizona group emerges from hiatus with an emotional new single released today on Youtube and streaming platforms

(PHOENIX, AZ) - APRIL 26, 2022 - Don’t Panic has announced the release of their gripping new single and music video for “Time Machine,” which is available now on Youtube, Spotify and Apple Music. The Arizona indie/alternative group drops the track and its powerful visual after a multi-year hiatus, and are preparing for a string of new shows scheduled along the West Coast.

Since forming in 2012, the multi-dimensional quartet has carefully picked out influences ranging from progressive rock, indie and flavors from the mainstream to create a sound that is rounded out by Dylan Rowe’s soaring, yet emotionally dynamic vocals. Don’t Panic released their two EPs ‘DOS Robot Circus’ (2014) and ‘The Sleepy EP’ (2015) and have been deep in writing and recording sessions that will lead to a new release later in 22’. The band celebrates their unique mix of rock and experimental tendencies, and is composed of members Dylan Rowe (Vocals), Jeffrey Fred Robens Jr. (Guitar), Ryan Obermeit (Bass) and "Mundo" Rascon (Drums).

“Time Machine is a song about letting go while also being vulnerable to people and moments that have and will shape our future,” says vocalist Dylan Rowe. “As we experience life we often wonder how moments in time affect us, and how every decision we make can lead us in often emotional new directions.”

Learn more about Don’t Panic at and IG @dontpanictheband

Download/View Press Photo (Credit - Noah Shephard)

05.06.22 - The Federal - Los Angeles, CA (7PM)

05.14.22 - Last Exit Live - Phoenix, AZ (7PM)

About Don’t Panic:

In an industry jam-packed with predictability, Don’t Panic set out to design an atypical sound blending mainstream, progressive rock, and all-around strangeness.

As collaborators, Jeffrey Robens, Dylan Rowe, Ryan Obermeit, and Raymundo Rascon’s multidimensional artistry is captured perfectly. Robens and Obermeit drive the band’s creative process and studio efforts, having written and produced the freshman and sophomore EPs, DOS Robot Circus and The Sleepy EP. Rascon underpins the project with a motoring rhythm and captivating flair. Rowe enlivens it all with her haunting perspectives and emotional performance.

Following their brief hiatus, they’ve decided once again to pour their energy into an evolved version of their former selves with a full length album, slated to release late 2022.

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