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Don’t Panic – Share The New Single and Video ‘The Long Way’

Having completed an excellent and very productive 2023 with the very well-received announcement of their return to the UK, Pennsylvanian pop-punk favourites Don’t Panic are kicking off 2024 with a brand new single!

UK Co-Headline Tour With Thomas Ian Nicholas In March 2024

Having completed an excellent and very productive 2023 with the very well-received announcement of their return to the UK, Pennsylvanian pop-punk favourites Don’t Panic are kicking off 2024 with a brand new single!

The Long Way is taken from their recently released new album, Setting Up To Fail, and is a perfect example of why the five-piece, led by frontman Ted Felicetti, is rapidly growing its fanbase on both sides of the Atlantic! Check out the video for The Long Way, which takes more than a dash of inspiration from the legendary movie Weekend At Bernie’s.

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Are Don’t Panic taking The Long Way?

The Long Way can be streamed along with the rest of Setting Up To Fail on Spotify now.

Don’t Panic are counting down their return to the UK, which is now just two months away with the tour taking place at the end of March 2024. Having made a huge success of their first full band UK tour, their February 2023 co-headline run alongside The Dollyrots, Don’t Panic were eager to play more shows on UK shores. Running a co-headline bill worked so well last time, Don’t Panic have decided to do it again; This time they have enlisted alt-rock star Thomas Ian Nicholas (of American Pie / Rookie Of The Year fame) and his band to join them! 

Don’t Panic and The Thomas Nicholas Band will be heading up and down across the length of the UK for nine dates at the end of March, taking in Scotland, Wales and large parts of England! The full list of shows can be found below:

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Don’t Panic & Thomas Ian Nicholas Band UK Naked AttracTour Dates March 2024

22nd – Glasgow – King Tut’s

23rd – Leeds – Key Club

24th – Nottingham – Rescue Rooms

25th – Bristol – Exchange

26th – Guildford – The Boileroom

27th – Cardiff – The Globe

28th – Manchester – Deaf Institute

29th – London – Camden Assembly

30th – Milton Keynes – Craufurd Arms 

Tickets for the tour are on sale now and available on this link.

For those who want that extra special Don’t Panic experience, VIP packages are now available from the official Don’t Panic online store.

For further details on the tour please visit DontPanicOfficial.com. Supporting Don’t Panic and Thomas on this tour will be Welsh Valleys’ pop punk three piece Who Saves The Hero?, who will be getting the party started every night.  

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