Exclusive: Panic! At The Disco Talk Dark, Decadent Too Rare To Die!

'I want to make music that makes you feel good' Brendon Urie says of Panic!'s new album.

Panic! at the Disco last album was called Vices & Virtues, so this time, they’re switching things up: their new record is very much about the virtues of vice.

Yes, from its title — Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! (taken from Hunter S. Thompson’s apocalyptic ode to excess, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”) — to its thematic inspiration — Panic’s Sin City roots — their new album is a decidedly dark, slightly depraved thing. And, as frontman Brendon Urie explained to MTV News, the band is delighting in all that decadence.

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