Anarbor Teams With Sammy Adams To Address Fear Culture In The New Song Emergency

Anarbor Teams With Sammy Adams To Address Fear Culture In The New Song Emergency ...

Emergency, a new song from alt-rock stalwarts Anarbor, delivers a sun-kissed reminder to keep yourself hydrated, even when things get hot in the world. Slade Echeverria, Danny Stravers, sings at the start of the bop. There aint no need to panic, need to panic.


Emergency keeps the pace steady, delivering a cohesive message about not getting hurt. Even when rapper Sammy Adams comes in to deliver his verse, he matches the songs tone by keeping his flow sharp but laid back, as if he's rapping from the backseat of a classic Cadillac convertible while going around the neighborhood.

Emergency expresses the band's desire for a restrained summer night, according to Danny Stravers of Anarbor. Regardless of your affiliation, I believe everyone agrees that mainstream and social media has created fear in our society at an all-time high.

Stravers It's a vicious behavior cycle that needs to be altered, and it's up to us all to remind those close to us that there's no rational reason to get too obsessed with something they have no control over.

The moment is changing.

Anarbor has been in charge of its fate for almost twenty years. Since its forming in 2003, the Phoenix, Arizona band has performed on TV shows throughout the world, including Good Day L.A. They'll take the next step in their careers when they release Love & Drugs, their brand new album (distributed via ONErpm).

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