Known generally for hits that rocked the radio nearly a decade ago, Panic! At The Disco is still going strong. Recently nominated for a Grammy Award in 2017, the newest Panic! At The Disco record has started a North American tour.
“Death of a Bachelor” tour is in support of the record with the exact same name, and fans of the alternative rock group could not be more excited. Additionally, the band has a variety of hits to select from as they found major success back in 2006.
Frontman Brendon Urie sings, plays guitar, the keyboards as well as bass guitar. He is the only one left from the group’s start in 2004. Nevertheless, he’s continued to surround himself with talented musicians, and consequently the group has been able to maintain its relevancy.
The alternative rock music genre was put on notice in 2006. A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was played on repeat for innumerable fans of the genre. Nearly every song was a classic and are still popular now.
But, the album was so well-rounded. Half electronic pop rock, half piano/string/accordion, fans gravitated towards it’s unique sound. Panic! At The Disco poured everything they had in to their debut album. As they’re still seeing the benefits from it now.
Their hard work was rewarded instantly. They jumped with their mentors, Fall Out Boy in the end of 2005 on the “Nintendo Fusion” Tour. After that, they went on their first headlining tour in the summertime of 2006.
A Fever You Can’t Out Sweat was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008 and also the album has since gone double platinum.
Death of a Bachelor came along to show Panic! At The Disco still had it. Working with a totally new band, Brendon Urie continues to make masterpieces.
“Hallelujah, ” “Victoriuos” and “Death of a Bachelor” were well received singles prior to the album’s release. Fans flocked to the album, once it was released. Death of a Bachelor sold 190,000 in its first week, vaulting the record to #1 on the US Billboard 200. This was the band’s first #1 record, and it was well deserved.
Following the record, the band went on tour throughout the majority of 2016 with Fall Out Boy and Weezer. Additionally, fans may be excited after another tour from Urie.
A tour and a live performance are true reflections of an artist’s music, although music videos are a creative release for any artists. There is not any question Panic! At The Disco is equally as creative and popular as they were a decade past. To browse show tickets click here.