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The album uses beats from the past and incorporates their own style.

The album uses beats from the past and incorporates their own style.

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The album uses beats from the past and incorporates their own style.

Asher Russo, Staff Reporter

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Brendon Urie released Panic! At The Disco’s new album “Death of a Bachelor.” The album uses beats from the past and incorporates their own style.

Since their last album’s release in 2013, the band has lost two members. Only Urie is left to keep the band’s music alive.

In the album Urie turns his solitude into a storming party. This album is all about the solo effort of Panic!’s last original band member. The new songs come off as both retro and new with the 70’s theme and upbeat instrumental.

Urie expressed that “Death of a Bachelor” is a “cross between Queen and Frank Sinatra.” “Death of a Bachelor” starts off with high partying energy and transitions to consequences and hung over lyrics.  It combines traditional music that the lead singer listened to with their signature alternative-rock sound.  Essentially the album is about parties and retro-pop-mash-ups.

Fans were ecstatic after hearing the leaked song “Halleujah” in April, and the new album. Panic! has since unleashed four more singles and announced a U.S. tour.

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