Panic! At The Disco tease new music with cryptic website

Worry! At The Disco are teasing new music via a cryptic web-site referred to as, which hints at a release up coming thirty day period.

The Brendon Urie-led band very last launched an album in 2018 with the sixth record – and second given that it grew to become a solo task – ‘Pray For The Wicked’.

When you enter the new internet site, a rest calculator asks for your age, wished-for bedtime and email tackle. When you hit compute, an orange box seems with the terms “Don’t be a diva, it’s time to be free”. Irrespective of what bedtime you place in, it tells you that you “need to wake up at 6!01”.

The flashing clock face that shows the quantities – thought to refer to the day June 1 – once in a while demonstrates letters instead, looking through: “V!LV”. Lovers have speculated this could refer to a time in numerals (5:55) or “Viva! Las Vegas”, a nod to Urie’s hometown.

“Don’t overlook to established your alarm, so you know when to wake up,” the site also reads higher than a yellow button that suggests: “Set an alarm.” When clicked, a clip of string-laden audio featuring Urie singing “Shut up and go to bed” performs.

The source code of the web site also features up more clues and confirms the web page is associated to the band. “By submitting my details, I concur to receive personalised updates and advertising and marketing messages about Worry! At The Disco dependent on my facts, interests, routines, website visits and machine information,” one portion reads.

Panic! At The Disco tease new music with cryptic website
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Even further up, a information seems in significant, black letters, examining: “Nothing’s really actual, no a person definitely feels.”

Final yr Urie was the aim of a strange viral trend that saw the Panic! At The Disco frontman blamed for numerous of the world’s “problems”, together with A person Direction splitting up, the coronavirus pandemic, the slide of the Roman Empire, the closure of Toys R Us and additional.

Meanwhile, in 2020, the musician told previous president Trump to stop employing his tunes at rallies. Trump had been played the band’s ‘High Hopes’ at a rally for his 2020 re-election campaign, which Urie took issue with.