Panic! At The Disco share upbeat new single, ‘Local God’

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It’s the latest single from the new album, which will be out later this month.

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Nervousness At Disco has shared an upbeat new single called ‘Local God’ – check it out below.

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The song is the last single to be shared from their upcoming new album, ‘Viva las Vengeance’, the title track of which was previously shared and the final single, ‘Middle of a Breakup’.

Speaking recently about the album’s title track, frontman Bronson Urie said: “‘Viva Las Vengeances’ is a look at who I was 17 years ago and what I am now with a hobby I didn’t have before.


“I had no idea I was making an album and there was something about the tape machine that kept me honest.”

The album is set for release on August 19 through Fueled by Ramen and will focus on “the fine line between taking advantage of your youth, seizing the day and burning out,” according to a release.

It is also said to be an introspective look at the singer-songwriter’s decade-plus career and his experiences growing up in Las Vegas, with love and fame.

Watch the video for the latest track here:

The band has also announced that they will celebrate the release of their album on August 19 with an outdoor performance at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City as part of the City Summer Concert Series on NBC Today.


Nervousness Disco also is due to hit the road for a 40-date worldwide arena tour, with stops in Europe, the UK and North America from September.

The dates will mark the band’s return to NYC’s Madison Square Garden, LA’s Kia Forum and London’s The O2. Marina, Jake Wesley Rogers and Beach Bunny are set to open for select dates. Any remaining tickets will be available Here for North American dates, and Here For European and UK dates.

‘Viva Las Vengeances’ Will Be Panic’s First New Release! At disco since June 2018, when he dropped ‘Pray for the Wicked’, his sixth studio album (and second since Panic, which became Uri’s solo project).

The record earned a four-star review from NMEWriter Danny Levers said that Uri “injected these tracks with unprecedented levels of sass and drama”.

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