And they're already planning the follow-up to 'Panic Movement'...

The Hiss will release their debut album 'PANIC MOVEMENT' in the US and Canada on March 23 and have also revealed details about the follow-up.

'Panic Movement' will be put out through Sanctuary Records, making the Atlanta four piece label-mates with Morrissey and Spiritualized. It will be followed by a stateside tour in April.

The band will then head into the studio in Atlanta's Cabbagetown district to start work on their second album, due to be released in the UK this Autumn.

Produced by Owen Morris (Oasis, The Verve, Ash) in Spring 2003 in Buckinghamshire, 'Panic Movement' takes its name from Alejandro Jodorowky's cult movie 'El Topo' and saw [/a] earn their place on last year's NME Rock 'N' Roll Riot Tour with [a].

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