30 Thursday 30th July 2015
We had a bit of any office shindig last night so many of us at Don't Panic are currently struggling through the afternoon, wishing we were in a cool, dark place, pondering our life choices in private.
Luckily, we've just caught wind of 'Had What You Had', by Benedict Benjamin. It's a soulful bit of neo-folk that avoids all the schmaltzy pitfalls of most neo-folk by reaching a really urgent, and really sincere, crescendo at the end. It's got feeling I tell ya - and it's staving off the alcohol-induced demons nicely.
As an aside, you may recognise Benedict's voice from his time in The Mariner's Children.
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