Legendary emo rockers Panic! At The Disco have released a new video titled Say Amen (Saturday Night) a couple of days after cryptic clues started appearing across the bands social media pages which suggested the band were to release new music.  On the day of the release, the adoring fans were gifted with another new tune (Fuck A) Silver Lining.

Say Amen is a great example of the evolution of P!ATD; front man Brendon Urie showcases his incredible vocal abilities including a pitch perfect falsetto run towards the end of the song, there is a big singalong chorus with Big Band instrumentation as accompaniment. The video for the track is the prequel that forms the trilogy of videos including This Is Gospel and Emperors New Clothes all directed by Daniel “Cloud” Campos.

 

In further good news for Panic! fans, the band have announced the two new tracks will be on their new album Pray For The Wicked which will be released June 22nd via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2 Records and you can pre order the album HERE

 

 

“I asked some friends to come over to my home studio to help me write about all the incredible things I’ve experienced the last couple of years, Pray For The Wicked is my ‘thank you’ to our fans and the most fun I’ve ever had making album.” – Brendon Urie on Pray For The Wicked.
PRAY FOR THE WICKED TRACKLISTING
1. (Fuck A) Silver Lining
2. Say Amen (Saturday Night)
3. Hey Look Ma, I Made It
4. High Hopes
5. Roaring 20s
6. Dancing’s Not A Crime
7. One Of The Drunks
8. The Overpass
9. King Of The Clouds
10. Old Fashioned
11. Dying In LA
If you’re an American fan of the band, do not hesitate to get your tickets on March 30th for their Summer Tour hitting all major cities in the US; support for the tour comes in the form of A R I Z O N A and Hayley Kiyoko. The band will also be hitting up this years Reading and Leeds Festival in the UK over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
For full list of dates for the US tour check out the Panic! website HERE

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