ACADEMY, the musical duo of Evan Walsh and John That, have recently released their latest single, “Panic (Moss Dub Flip),” about laughing through the hard times and being there for the people you love the most. The song reflected his personal experience of Evan when he was trying to cope with an alcohol-induced panic attack during the pandemic, and his girlfriend stayed up all night consoling him. The following day, he felt embarrassed and wished to return to being his girlfriend’s fun and stable best friend instead of being needy.
The duo’s independent projects have already gained over 25 million streams, and their previous single, “Jordan Jump,” was featured in NBA 2K23. They have headlined national tours and opened for famous artists like Bryce Vine, Misterwives, Aer, Vic Mensa, and Small Pools. Their latest project, “Bleacher Seats,” is being released as monthly singles.
ACADEMY’s “Panic” is a reminder that the human experience can be messy and unpredictable, but having someone to rely on can make all the difference. The song is a testament to the power of love, laughter, and support, and it’s a must-listen for anyone who wants to embrace the ups and downs of life with open arms.
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