Panic! at the Disco head to the bar for ‘Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time’

A day after releasing a 30-second teaser for their brand new music video, Panic! at the Disco has unveiled the complete clip. On Tuesday (May 10), the Las Vegas-based band premiered the music video for their latest single, “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time.” The clip begins with a woman getting ready for what appears like a night out on the town.

She gets a ride to a bar where she encounters frontman Brendon Urie who happens to be sitting down the bar from her. The singer and the protagonist are just sitting there when he decides to head on over and hit on her. Things don’t exactly go right with the unnamed woman slapping Urie in the face, but after a couple of drinks, things seem to warm up between them as they head to the dance floor.

Let’s just say, Urie should have chosen to hit on another woman at the bar. Check out the music video for “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” below.

“Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” is featured on Panic’s recently released record, Death of a Bachelor. In support of the new album, the group announced back in January that they would be heading out on a co-headlining tour with Weezer and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. The summer trek is scheduled to kick off on June 10 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, TX and wrap up on Aug. 6 at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA. The complete list of tour dates can be found here.

Panic! at the Disco tease ‘Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time’ music video

With a few short weeks left until they kick off their highly-anticipated summer tour, Panic! at the Disco is getting ready to release a brand new music video. On Monday (May 9), the band took to social media to tease fans about the upcoming release. The barely 30-second long clip is an homage to The Twilight Zone but with a spin for the group. Though the clip doesn’t give anything away about the music video (unless the inspiration is going to be The Twilight Zone), we do know that it will be for “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” and is scheduled to premiere on Tuesday, May 10.

Watch the teaser clip for the “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” music video below.

“Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” is featured on the Las Vegas outfit’s recently released record, Death of a Bachelor. In support of the new album, Panic! announced back in January that they would be heading out on a co-headlining tour with Weezer and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. The summer trek is scheduled to kick off on June 10 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, TX and wrap up on Aug. 6 at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA. The complete list of tour dates can be found here.

Don’t Threaten Panic! at the Disco with a Good Time

While most of us were getting ready to bring in the new year, Panic! at the Disco were giving their fans something exciting to start 2016 with. On Thursday evening (Dec. 31), the Las Vegas band released another new song from their impending new record, Death of a Bachelor. While the band was hitting the stage on NBC’s Jane Lynch-hosted Game Night, the new track, “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time,” was making its debut on the internet. Cue the screams of the Panic! at the Disco fan base.

Listen to “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” below.

“Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time” is the sixth song to be released from the upcoming new album. Previously, the band has premiered “Victorious,” “Hallelujah,” “Emperor’s New Clothes,” “LA Devotee,” and the record’s title track, “Death of a Bachelor.” The band’s fifth studio album is set to hit shelves on Jan. 15 through DCD2/Fueled By Ramen. Death of a Bachelor is the follow-up to 2013’s Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die.

In addition to the new song, the band has also teased that there is a lot of good things coming in 2016. Taking to Twitter before the new song was officially released, the band wrote, “2015 was amazing, but what we have lined up for 2016 is going to blow your minds!!” We can’t wait to have our mins blown, especially if it means that there’s a new tour on the horizon.