Looks like panic! at the Disco fans will have to wait March 25 for the Las Vegas Rockers’ second album, the untitled 2005 sequel. A fever that you can’t sweat. But in the meantime, fans of the group can get a glimpse of what’s to come on Panic’s MySpace page.
This week, Panic released a rough demo of a new song, presumably from the upcoming album, titled “We’re So Starving” and, in a blog post, revealed that they will be finishing things up in their home studio during the course. the next five days. After that, off to London, where the boys will record strings and brass for the record at the legendary Abbey Road studios, which the band says “is truly a dream come true for us”. The album will also be mixed at Abbey Road, the group said.
“We couldn’t be more excited to show you all what we’ve been working on,” the post read. “But before we do all of that, we wanted to give you something for all your patience over the past year.” The new track, which had scored over 45,000 tracks by the end of Wednesday afternoon (Jan. 2), is “not the mix or the final version of the song, and it will undergo some changes while we are in. London – but we wanted to show you something of what we’ve done so far. “
Panic! at the Disco recently shot a video in Los Angeles with director Shane Drake (who directed the band’s music video “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”) for the album’s first single, “Nine in the Afternoon”. While the concept of the video remains a mystery, according to a “casting call” for the production, the clip required “40 extras in total. … There are different time periods, looks, wardrobe and hair changes.” .
According to sources, the concept of the video involves “a series of bizarre but fundamentally recognizable events with the members of the group.”