The album features "Victorious" and "Hallelujah", along with the devilish "Emperor's New Clothes", alongside the title track which features lead singer Brendon Urie emulating Frank Sinatra for the video.
Produced by Jake Sinclair (Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy), Death Of A Bachelor marks the first release from Panic! At The Disco in nearly two years, following 2013's acclaimed Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! The album has already generated significant steam - current single "Victorious" rocketed to #1 on iTunes Top Songs chart, # 1 on Billboard + Twitter's Trending 140 chart, while also trending worldwide on Tumblr and Twitter. The track is currently soundtracking postseason baseball coverage on the MLB Network and is also featured in the trailer for 2K Sports' hugely anticipated "WWE 2K16" video game.
The first single off Death of a Bachelor, "Hallelujah," made chart history for the band with a Top 40 debut on Billboard's "Hot 100" - Panic! At The Disco's second Top 40 hit and first since 2006's breakthrough classic, "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies." The album's title track, "Death of A Bachelor," has been described by Urie as, "It's like some Beyoncé beats with some Sinatra vocals. It's really crazy... [Sinatra's] music has been a major player in the soundtrack of my life. So it's only right that I return the favor and/or pay it forward."
2. Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time
4. Emperor's New Clothes
5. Death Of A Bachelor
7. La Devotee
8. Golden Days
9. The Good, The Bad And The Dirty
10. House of Memories
11. Impossible Year