Released on 29th January as part of International Women’s Day, ‘Panic’ is the second track to be released from Burridge’s forthcoming EP, ‘Here Are Your Words’. The song is produced by Sean Kennedy (Muzz, Shelly Ravid, Voicians) and has been highly praised by BBC Introducing across the regions.
Burridge states, “‘Panic’ is about being in a toxic relationship, fuelled by anxiety, self doubt and desperation for any sign of affection from your partner. It is a conscious stream of thoughts which go through your head daily when you are trapped in this situation”.
Watch the lyric video for ‘Panic’
Burridge is a singer/songwriter from Scunthorpe who has been writing music for the past five years. She is heavily influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Mötley Crüe and Nirvana, and makes loud music for angry girls, as a solo artist and with the band John Merrick and the Elephant girls.
‘Panic’ is available now on all streaming platforms.
Here’s Burridge’s previous single, ‘Modern Day Love Affair’