No must panic, Viva Las Vengeance is lastly right here.
It’s been 4 years since Panic! At The Disco launched an album, the Forbes Global Music 200-leader Pray For The Depraved, certainly one of two profession No. 1s for the U.S. act.
On the stroke of midnight, Brendon Urie and Co. broke the drought with Viva Las Vengeance (through Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Data), a 12-track set that options the previously-released title monitor, “Don’t Let The Mild Go Out,” and new single “Unhappy Clown.”
On Viva, Urie recorded all the things stay to tape in Los Angeles together with manufacturing companions, Jake Sinclair and Mike Viola.
The outcome, Urie says, “is a glance again at who I used to be 17 years in the past and who I’m now with the fondness I didn’t have earlier than. I didn’t understand I used to be making an album and there was one thing in regards to the tape machine that saved me sincere.”
Panic! At The Disco will make their strategy to the 2022 Video Music Awards subsequent Sunday (Aug. 28) for the world premiere of Viva single single “Center of a Breakup.” It’s been a cheerful place to date for Urie, the place his different rock band is a nine-times nominee, with a win for video of the 12 months in 2005 and a nod this 12 months within the different video class for “Viva Las Vengeance.”
Pray For The Depraved is the seventh studio album from Panic! At The Disco.