Nocturnal Animals, the dynamic Adelaidian trio known for their explosive Dance Punk sound and distinctive skeleton face paint, are back in action. With a reputation for high-energy performances, they’ve shared stages with heavyweights like DZ Deathrays, The Buoys, and Psychedelic Porn Crumpets. Their latest offering, ‘PANIC ATTACK,’ is a turbo-charged punk track clocking in at 162 beats per minute—a surefire adrenaline boost for any workout, run, or shower sing-along.
This song is a wild ride through the punk landscape, featuring blistering drumming, fuzz-drenched guitars, and gritty punk-rock vocals. It’s a sonic powerhouse that’ll have listeners torn between starting a mosh pit or breaking out into a frenzied dance. ‘PANIC ATTACK’ slots seamlessly into playlists alongside punk classics from the likes of My Chemical Romance, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Nirvana.
In the heart of Adelaide’s thriving music scene, Nocturnal Animals stand as a testament to unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll. Their music, characterized by relentless riffs, pulsating basslines, and intense vocals, has solidified their status as a defining force in the Australian rock scene. ‘Panic Attack’ perfectly captures the suffocating sensation of an actual panic attack, blending the raw essence of Queens Of The Stone Age’s ‘Rated R’ era with the infectious hooks of a FIDLAR punk anthem. It’s a true gem for fans who revel in dancing, moshing, and singing along. In fact, media outlets have aptly coined them as ‘Dance Punk,’ and this track is a stellar testament to that label.