The song will feature on the Las Vegas rock band’s upcoming fourth album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! out on October 8.
“I had these sounds in my head,” says frontman Brendon Urie, “I just had to figure out how to get them out. So I just kept writing, writing, and writing until eventually we had all these songs and I was like, ‘This is it. This is the record I want to make.’ I knew it would happen, and finally it’s here.”
Panic! at the Disco have been hard at work on the album for the past two years. When asked about the album’s sound previously, drummer Spencer Smith said, “We’ve actually been listening to a little bit of hip-hop production. I don’t think we’d ever go for anything that slick, but it’ll be interesting to see how that makes its way into what we do. But we’re always listening to classical rock as well.”
The album is said to be “jam-packed with high-energy songs like “Vegas Lights” and “Nicotine,”… [but also] features Urie’s most open and introspective songwriting to date, with highlights including the tender paean that closes the collection, “The End Of All Things.””
Panic! at the Disco recorded the album with producer Butch Walker (Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Pink), who co-produced their last album Vices & Virtue. It will be the first album from the band to feature input from bassist Dallon Weekes (The Brobecks).
Check out Miss Jackson (ft. Lolo) below.
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