Panic at the Disco's new album Pretty. Odd. can now be pre-ordered on iTunes here. The album will come with videos for "Nine in the Afternoon" and "Mad As Rabbits" as well as alternate versions of "Nine in the Afternoon" and "Do You Know What I'm Seeing."
Panic at the Disco have posted their single "Nine in the Afternoon" on their myspace. Their new album Pretty. Odd. hits stores on March 25th and it can be pre-ordered here, while the special deluxe edition of the album is also available here.
01) We're So Starving
02) 9 in the Afternoon
03) She's a Handsome Women
04) Do You See What I'm Seeing
05) That Green Gentleman
06) I Have Friends in Holy Spaces
07) Northern Downpour
08) When the Day Met the Night
09) Pas de Chavel
10) The Piano Knows Something I Don't Know
11) Sushi in a Tuxedo in the Clams Casino
12) Folkin' Around
13) Snooze Me, Ms. Britches
14) From a Mountain in the Middle of the Cabins
15) Mad As Rabbits
Panic at the Disco will be shooting a new music video in Los Angeles, CA on February 12th that is expected to be released this Spring on nokiausa.com. Enter here to receive updates on when the video will premiere as well as be automatically entered for a chance to win a trip for two to be an extra in the video.
PATDonline.com has what is said to be a track-by-track review of Panic at the Disco's new album, Pretty. Odd., as done by NME.com. As we were not able to confirm the original article's existence, we ask you to take this with a grain of salt. Read the full review in the replies.
Panic(!) at the Disco's website has been updated with a filled-in puzzle piece, presumably the album artwork. The source code also has an exciting little easter egg, beckoning you to find the other puzzle pieces. Absolutepunk.net, let's solve this puzzle.
The Hush Sound's new album Goodbye Blues will go up for pre-order in the Fueled By Ramen webstore on January 29th where you will receive an MP3 of their new single "Honey" with your purchase before it hits iTunes on February 5th. In addition, you'll also receive a coupon for $2 off on The Hush Sound's album when you pre-order Panic(!) at the Disco's new album Pretty. Odd., which goes up for pre-order the same day.
Is this part of Panic! at the Disco's viral plan or are we in for one particularly brutal album? Adam from Fueled by Ramen's last.fm playlist shows a ton of recent tracks played by Panic! that have never been seen before, such as "Hardening of the Arteries" and "Dissident Aggressor". The full list can be found in the replies. Are these real? Are they jokes? Or are they all part of an elaborate scheme by the Fueled by Ramen team?
Panic! at the Disco are looking for extras for their upcoming music video for "Nine In the Afternoon." Go here to read more about it. Also, their website has been updated again, with the page becoming blank but the cryptic words "You Don't Need to Worry" emblazoned in the page title. Panic!'s riddles have been so intriguing for one of our readers that she has written a comprehensive blog detailing how it has affected her life.
MTV has done some sleuth work and discovered that Panic! at the Disco's lead single off of their untitled sophomore album will be "Nine in the Afternoon". The video will be shot on December 20 and 21 with Shane Drake, who helmed their videos for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" and "But It's Better If You Do". Also, in what looks to be a nightly occurrence, Panic! at the Disco's website has been updated. Looks like Mr. DeAndrea was correct in his assumption.
Panic! at the Disco have set a release date of March 25 for their as-of-yet untitled sophomore release. New song titles include "Nine in the Afternoon" and "Things Have Changed". You can read a Billboard article on it here.