READING, ENGLAND - AUGUST 28: Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco performs on Day 1 of Reading Festival at Richfield Avenue o
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Update (9/1): Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz has shared the latest Panic! at the Disco track, "Death of a Bachelor," via Apple Music's Beats 1 radio. Frontman Brendon Urie describes it as "if Sinatra and Beyoncé made a song together." We'll let you decide. Press play here.

Original Story (8/31): Buckle up, kiddos. New Panic! at the Disco music is on the way. Earlier this summer our pop-punk boys dropped "Hallelujah," an over-the-top, cinematic power single. It was given a World of Warcraft-inspired video...a weird juxtaposition when considering the song's pseudo-religious content. A few weeks before that, frontman Brendon Urie confirmed a new Panic! album is on the way, though a date has yet to be determined.

Today, Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz hinted at new music on the horizon, arriving via Beats 1 on Twitter. Peep that below:

It was later confirmed on PATD's official Tumblr that a new song is arriving tomorrow, Tuesday, September 1. Fingers crossed it's similar to "Hallelujah." Or maybe it's that mysterious 5 Seconds of Summer collaboration "Pretty In Ink." We can only hope!

Scheme away, then peep the best pop-punk songs we heard this month.