The Glorious Sons have delivered another anthemic track on the heels of their hit “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)”.

The video for “Panic Attack” focuses on singer Brett Emmons as he resists the walls that are literally and metaphorically closing in around him. The song laments the anxieties of everyday life, but its howling chorus reminds us that we’re not alone in our desperation.

This the first new music we’ve heard from the band since their sophomore album Young Beauties and Fools in 2017. So far, there’s no word yet when a new album will be released.

The Glorious Suns are currently on the road and will be opening for The Rolling Stones at their show in Oro Station, Canada on June 29. The band will then join The Struts on the road in North America beginning July 1. For a complete list of upcoming show dates, head over to


Sara Parker is the music director at WMMR in Philadelphia. Follow her @radio_sara.

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