Artist: Panic! At The Disco
Album: Death of a Bachelor
Record label: Fueled by Ramen, DCD2 Records
(Release date: 15.01.2016)
Text: Anastasia Sapunova
It’s been 10 years since Panic! At The Disco debut album “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” came out. Through these years, the band has been through a lot of changes. Members left, band style evolved and now front man Brendon Urie is the one and only member of Panic! At The Disco. Every sound, every word that you will hear on the new album – lyrics, vocals, guitar, bass, and drums – are a product of Urie’s incredible talent and creativity.
“Death Of A Bachelor” is a fifth studio album and was released on January 15, 2016. But only five songs were a surprise for fans because 6 of the 11 tracks were pre-released («Hallelujah», «Death Of A Bachelor», «Victorious», «Emperor’s New Clothes», «LA Devotee» and «Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time»).
The album is a fun, energetic journey through pop, jazz and rock, containing elements of all these styles. A journey that is full of catchy melodies and outstanding vocal. You will not even notice how you have started singing along. Besides, some songs were written under an influence of Frank Sinatra (“Impossible Year”, «Death Of A Bachelor”).
So let’s enjoy the album and wait for the next one with great interest and question: “How will Panic! At The Disco surprise us next time?”