Panic! At The Disco have shared an upbeat new single known as ‘Native God’ – test it out beneath.
The music is the ultimate single to be shared from their upcoming new album, ‘Viva Las Vengeance’ after the title monitor was beforehand shared and final single, ‘Center Of A Breakup‘.
Talking concerning the album’s title monitor not too long ago, frontman Bronson Urie stated: “’Viva Las Vengeance’ 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 concerning the tape machine that saved me sincere.”
The album is ready to be launched on August 19 by way of Fueled By Ramen and can deal with “the nice line between benefiting from your youth, seizing the day and burning out,” in accordance with a launch.
It’s additionally stated to take an introspective look into the singer songwriter’s decade-plus profession and his experiences with rising up in Las Vegas, love, and fame.
Try the video for the newest monitor right here:
The band have additionally introduced that they are going to be celebrating their album launch on August 19 with an outside efficiency at New York Metropolis’s Rockefeller Plaza as a part of the Citi Summer season Live performance Sequence on NBC’s TODAY.
Panic! At The Disco are additionally because of hit the highway for a 40-date worldwide enviornment tour, with stops in Europe, the UK, and North America from September.
The dates will mark the band’s return to NYC’s Madison Sq. Backyard, LA’s Kia Discussion board, and London’s The O2. MARINA, Jake Wesley Rogers, and Seaside Bunny are set to open for choose dates. Any remaining tickets will probably be obtainable right here for the North American dates, and right here for European and UK dates.
‘Viva Las Vengeance’ would be the first new launch from Panic! At The Disco since June 2018, after they dropped their sixth studio album (and the second since Panic! grew to become Urie’s solo undertaking), ‘Pray For The Depraved’.
The file earned a four-star evaluation from NME, with author Dannii Leivers saying that Urie “injected these tracks with unprecedented ranges of sass and drama”.