Panic Division Shares New Single "Mother, Father"
Panic Division has dropped their new single, "Mother, Father". The new track is the epitome of atmospheric pop and can be heard now below. Full of bouncing percussion, layered synths and dreamy vocals, "Mother, Father" paints an all too relatable story.
"I was a child of a divorced family and have always sworn to not make the mistakes my parents did." Shared Colton Holliday, the man behind Panic Division. "After a terrifying hospital visit and being instructed to stop drinking liquor for good, I went through a dark period where I couldn't believe the amount of weight my wife carries for me and worried that I would eventually lose her as a result of it."
"Mother, Father" will be available on all DSPs tomorrow and is the second single from Panic Division's upcoming album, Touch. It follows up "Graveyards", which was called "heart wrenching" with a "vibrant and whimsical" video by PopDust.
Inspired by the golden age of 80's pop, Touch is a vibrant re-emergence of Panic Division. The emotional melodies and lyricism that fans have always cherished is not only still abundant on this release, but matured to a whole new level. Mixed by Grammy Nominated Taylor Larson, the album delivers a diverse universe of synths and chiming guitars paired with monstrous, groove inspired drums.