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The Young Veins Take Leave From The Disco, Head To The Garage

theyoungveins The Young Veins Take Leave From The Disco, Head To The GarageIn the wake of their two ex-Panic! At The Disco-mates releasing their first post-split track under the band’s name, former Panicites Ryan Ross and Jon Walker have announced that their new project has a name—The New Veins—and a MySpace page, complete with a debut single called “Change.”


The song is a dirty little rave-up that sounds like it wouldn’t be out of place on a Nuggets compilation, as Ross had promised when he spoke to MTV about his post-Panic direction earlier this month:

“I think the songs are a lot more focused than what you might have heard on Pretty. Odd. I don’t think we’re going to do any orchestration. … They just sound like a band,” Ross said. “They’re more, uh, I wouldn’t want to say ‘heavy,’ but I guess I would have to, in the sense of, like, early garage music and Kinks and stuff. The songs are shorter and faster, and I guess they’re more rock and roll than flowery stuff.


“We were really into a lot of the Motown and Stax Records stuff when we first started. … I don’t know if you’ll really hear that, but that’s what got us into the idea of writing songs that are fun and short and have a good groove that you can dance to and mixed with the Ray Davies and the Kinks stuff,” Ross continued. “It’s a lot more groove-oriented, and we realized that maybe that was one thing we were lacking on Pretty. Odd., was that some of the stuff was really long and kind of slower — which is fine — but this time we wanted to write stuff that was gonna be fun live and sound like a band.”



So, I guess there won’t be any ringmasters when the Young Veins play their first show then. Which is fine, not to borrow from Ross’ locution. I actually dig this track’s seven-inch scratchiness a lot. (Yes, my use of “dig” as a verb speaks to the song’s retro feel.)


The Young Veins [MySpace]
Exclusive: Former Panic! At The Disco Members Become The Young Veins [MTV]
Earlier: Panic! At The Disco Shift Things Around A Bit

 

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