Album causes Panic! (at the Disco)

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The album is available on Spotify, where you can find the band's previous albums too. There, you can listen to the entire album without having to purchase it, and can even pick and choose different songs. It is also available on iTunes for 10 dollars.

Brendon Urie has returned for yet another successful album release, with Panic!’s fans anticipating the Death of a Bachelor album on Fri. Jan. 15.
Sophomore Gabby Yun said, “I have listened to ‘Panic! at the Disco’ in the past and really like this new album and how it has a different sound than the rest of the albums.”
The album includes single ‘Hallelujah‘, which is the band’s second top 40 song, behind ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’. Since its release, the song has been played digitally over 2.2 million times.
Yun said, “I heard ‘Hallelujah’ on the radio earlier this year and remember liking it so I was excited to listen to the rest of the album.”
Urie said his big influence is Frank Sinatra, and he has memories attached to Sinatra’s songs. One of the songs off the album, ‘Death of a Bachelor’, is based off of Sinatra’s style of music.
Yun said, “I think it is cool how he [Urie] has an inspiration and influence to help him define himself as his own artist.”