Panic Years, Metropolis America
1100 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
New York's alt-rock outfit Born Cages thrives on creatively seeking freedom, whether it's in the studio or on stage. There's no rulebook or template, simply unhindered art in its purest form when Vlad Holiday [lead vocals/guitar], Amanda Carl [keyboards/backing vocals], Matt Maroulakos [bass guitar], and Dave Tantao [drums] converge. The band members each made their own imprint on the fertile New York scene before forming in 2011. Within their first year together, the band's self-released online demos stirred a major buzz - with NYC's most prominent rock radio station Q104.3FM giving them frequent airtime, and by sharing the stage with Guns N' Roses for two sold out U.S. shows. "The band name is a symbol for discontentment," reveals Vlad. "It's being unsatisfied with what you're given, but actually doing something about it." Born Cages' shared boundless mentality (a delicate alchemy of raw guitars and shimmering electronics) powers The Sidelines EP, their debut release for Razor & Tie.
Panic Years are back!
Panic Years is an indie alt-rock band from Philadelphia, PA. Their past two EP's (Panic Years (2009) & Finally Today Is Tomorrow (2010)) have received critical acclaim as well as radio play on over 200 stations nationwide, charting #1 in over 30 markets. 2011 saw Panic Years share the stage with acts such as Naked and Famous, Airborne Toxic Event, Mae, Terrible Things, Jenny Owen Young, and Atomic Tom among others.
Indie Rock like if The Cure and Madonna had a child.