Johnny Panic & the Fever: Sleep the Sleep of Fever EP – review

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Johnny Panic & the Fever are back. Or rather, they’re kind of here for the first time, but you don’t sense that this is their first EP: Sleep the Sleep of Fever. It’s been almost a year since we last met them just before the release of their first single, and they’ve been comfortably strolling through Liverpool’s More...

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