All you sinners stand up sing Hallelujah

I’ve said many times that I’m a massive Panic! at the Disco fan.

Needless to say, when a new song was released two weeks ago, I was singing “hallelujah” and pressing the replay button all day. I’ve always loved Brendon’s voice and he continues to be majestic in this song.

I find it funny when people say “whoa, Panic! still exists?”. Because clearly the people who don’t know Panic! still exists are the same people who don’t know me very well. I talk about them all the time.

So let’s clear the air: yes, Panic! still exists. Yes, Brendon Urie is the only original member left in the band (I’ll miss you, Spencer!) but Dallon Weekes (formerly of The Brobecks) has been a member since 2011, so it’s not the “Brendon Urie solo project”. Yes, they are planning on releasing a new album later this year.

And yes, I still love them.

Their sound changes so often, it’s next to impossible to predict what their next single/album is going to sound like, but this song, to me, has that uniquely Panic! flavour. It might not be what I expected (though it does have a similar vibe to Brendon’s collaboration with Travie McCoy, “Keep on Keeping On”), but any new music from Panic! is a cause for celebration in my world.

2 thoughts on “All you sinners stand up sing Hallelujah

  1. SJ says:

    My favourite Panic! song will always be I Write Sins, no matter what anyone says. But I’m loving their new stuff, just as much.

    • I don’t think I can pick just one favourite Panic! song (if I absolutely had to choose, I’d probably say Ready to Go), but I always end up loving whatever they put out.

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