The Passing Sages – ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’

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The Passing Sages – ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’

Hailing from Dunfermline, The Passing Sages are back with their latest electronic-pop single, ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’. It is a track filled with attitude and energy that will have you reaching for the repeat button!

‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ opens to a memorable hook that is instantly engaging and captures the listener’s attention. The vocals ring out with character and charm, while the backing instrumentation holds the infectious beat down.

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We love the upbeat message in the lyrics that is joyous and contagious! ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ is a fun song that perfectly fits your weekend playlist!

One thing is for sure ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ will have you on the dancefloor in no time!


Band member Holly Clark says about the release, “‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ explores our culture’s chronic fear of dancing. Sometimes, I feel we live in quite a stringent society where we feel embarrassed to let our hair down.”

She continues, “The song idea came to me after attending a hip-hop concert which I thought was going to be bouncing. Instead, I left feeling disappointed at how unenthusiastic the crowd were!”

Previous EP

‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ is the follow-up single to the band’s 4-track EP ‘Burnin’ Up’ released in November 2020.

We are so excited to see this superb band have more releases planned for this year, and a new music video is in the pipeline too!

The Passing Sages are a band that never disappoints, and ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ is no exception. They are continually making music that is engaging and infectious.

We are big fans of The Passing Sages and eagerly anticipate what they will do next. Until then, ‘Crisis on the Dancefloor’ is available to stream from today from the link below. Enjoy!

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