Panic! at the Disco Release ‘Nicotine’ Video

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Panic! at the Disco had just wrapped up their Too Weird to Live Tour before they announced that they would be hitting the road again for an arena tour. This week, tickets for the The Gospel Tour had gone on sale, but tickets weren’t the only good news that fans of the band had gotten.

In honor of the general ticket sales for the upcoming Summer tour, the band have also released the fourth music video from Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die, “Nicotine.” Unlike the previous three, the music video is done in black and white with an unhinged Brendon Urie suffering from what looks like withdrawls and something else, hence the name of the song.

The video can be seen below and if you haven’t already bought tickets for the arena tour, you might want to get on that soon.

 

 

Watch Brendon Urie Play All Instruments for ‘This is Gospel’

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For those that think that Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie is just a pretty face that can sing, well, prepare to be surprise.

In a video that was provided by Alternative Press, the frontman goes on to play every instrument used on one of the band’s new tracks, “This is Gospel” from their recently released album, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die.

Panic! at the Disco are finishing up their current American tour and are slated to begin their European tour at the end of April. Current your dates can be seen below.

PANIC! AT THE DISCO TOUR
(North American dates):

2/7- Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
2/8- Miami, FL @ Fillmore
2/9- Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
2/11- Houston, TX @ House of Blues
2/14- Phoenix, AZ @ Marquee
2/15- Oakland, CA @ Fox Theatre

(European tour dates)
4/28 – Tilburg, Netherlands @ The 013
4/29- Antwerp, Belgieum @ Trix
5/1- Berlin, Germany @ Astra
5/2- Dusseldorf, Germany @ Stahlwerk
5/3- Strasbourg, France @ Artefacts at La Laiterie
5/4- Paris, France @ Trianon
5/7- Glasgow, UK @ Academy
5/8- Manchester, UK @ Apollo
5/9- London, UK @ Hammersmith Apollo
5/12- Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia Theatre
5/13- Belfast, Ireland @ Mandela Hall

Stream Panic! at the Disco’s New Album

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Panic! at the Disco have been having quite a few couple of months. First, it is revealed that they would be opening for Fall Out Boy on their Save Rock and Roll arena tour and then they released a new song and news that a new album was on its way.

Even though there was good news from the Panic! camp at that time, some bad news was also revealed when drummer, Spencer Smith wrote a long letter to fans, letting them know that he had been suffering from addiction for quite sometime. Due to his addiction and desire to get better, he bowed out of the current tour.

This morning, it was revealed that the band would be streaming their new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, in full on Youtube a week ahead of time; a trend that has been gaining momentum since the beginning of the year with musicians. The album features 10 new songs, including current singles,“This Is Gospel” and “Ms. Jackson.”

The full album, like stated before, is set to be released next Tuesday, October 8 through Fueled by Ramen and can be heard below.

So, let’s be honest, what do we think about the new sound of Panic! at the Disco?

Panic! at the Disco Release New Album Info

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While Panic! at the Disco drummer, Spencer Smith has taken a leave of absence to deal with his recently revealed addiction problem, it didn’t mean that the drummer’s plans have put a damper on their new album. Yesterday, it was revealed that Panic!’s new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! will officially be release on October 8 through longtime record label, Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance.

Just the other day, the music video for the second single “This is Gospel” premiered on the internet, but that’s not where the information ends. Late last night, the tracklisting and album art was unveiled, which features frontman Brendon Urie smoking a cigarette with rainbow smoke and a song list feature ten new tracks; two which we have already heard.

Currently, Panic! are on a small club tour and then would be joining Fall Out Boy and twenty | one | pilots for an arena tour. After that, they are scheduled to be taking Europe by storm on a European tour.

For now, give the music video for “This is Gospel” a look over, as well as the track listing below.

TRACKLISTING:

1. This is Gospel
2. Miss Jackson (featuring Lolo)
3. Vegas Lights
4. Girl That You Love
5. Nicotine
6. Girls/Girls/Boys
7. Casual Affair
8. Far Too Young to Die
9. Collar Full
10. The End of All Things

New Panic! at the Disco Music

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Last week, rumors were running around the web saying that Panic! At The Disco would be releasing a new song titled, “Miss Jackson” soon after members of their fan club started to receive postcard with the iconic Las Vegas sign and lyrics from Janet Jackson’s “Nasty” on the marquee.

Today, those rumors have been confirmed on the band’s Facebook where they not only released the official music video to “Miss Jackson,” they also confirmed that they will be releasing their fourth studio album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! on October 8th.

Aside from the video they also wrote a brief statement which can be read below.

“Music.

It took us out of Las Vegas. It showed us the world. It introduced us to millions of amazing fans. It gave us hope. It gave us courage to be unique. To be proud of who we are as individuals. To share that pride with anyone who was brave enough to join us. 

So, be proud of who you are. 

Now for our next chapter, we return to Las Vegas, to the scene of the crime.

Too weird to live, too rare to die!

– Panic! at the Disco”

As if giving us anew music video and information about their new album wasn’t enough, they also revealed they will be heading out on tour aside from their already confirmed supporting role on Fall Out Boy’s Save Rock and Roll Arena Tour.

HEADLINING US DATES
on sale 7/19 & 7/20

8/1 – Boston, MA @ The 92.9 Concert at Copley (free)
8/3 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Piazza at Schmidt’s – WRFF Presents (free)
8/4 – Norfolk, VA @ Jewish Mother – WROX Presents
8/5 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club – WRXL Presents
8/7 – Nashville, TN @ 12th & Porter – WBUZ Presents
8/9 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits – WXXJ Presents
8/10 – Tampa, FL @ Jannus Live – WSUN Presents
8/12 – Cincinnati, OH @ 20th Century Theatre – WEBN2 Presents
8/13 – St. Louis, MO @ Firebird – KPNT Presents
8/14 – Indianapolis, IN @ Radio Radio – WRZX Presents
8/17 – Rochester, NY @ Main Street Armory – 94.1 The Zone’s Bonzai – WZNE Presents
8/19 – Bakersfield, CA @ B-Ryders – KRAB Presents
8/20 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones – KJEE Presents
8/21 – Fresno, CA @ The New Starline – KFRR Presents
8/22 – Reno, CA @ Alley – KRZQ Presents
8/24 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Gallivan Center – X96 Presents

SAVE ROCK AND ROLL FALL ARENA TOUR
w/ Fall Out Boy and twenty one pilots

9/5 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun
9/6 – Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Arena
9/7 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
9/8 – Philadelphia, PA @ Liacouras Center
9/10 – Fairfax, VA @ Patriot Center
9/11 – Cleveland, OH @ Wolstein Center
9/12 – Chicago, IL @ Vic **headlining**
9/13 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave **headlining**
9/14 – Auburn Hills, MI @ Palace of Auburn Hills
9/15 – Toronto, ON @ Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
9/18 – Broomfield, CO @ First Bank Center
9/20 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
9/21 – San Francisco, CA @ America’s Cup Pavilion
9/22 – San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center
9/25 – The Woodlands, TX @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
9/26 – Grand Prairie, TX @ Verizon Theatre at Grand Prarie
927 – Memphis, TN @ Mud Island Amphitheater
9/28 – Alpharetta, GA @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore
9/29 – Tampa, FL @ USF Sun Dome

ALBUM RELEASE SHOW

10/11 – Las Vegas, NV @ Cosmo Pool

HEADLINING EUROPEAN SHOWS
w/ New Politics
on sale 7/19

11/9 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix Club
11/10 – Cologne, Germany @ Die Werkstatt
11/11 – Hamburg, Germany @ Logo
11/13 – Berlin, Germany @ Imperial Club
11/14 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Paradiso
11/16 – Paris, France @ Trabendo
11/17 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
11/18 – Edinburgh, UK @ Picturehouse
11/20 – Manchester, UK @ Academy 1
11/21 – London, UK @ Kentish Town Forum