"The plan is to finish up the album. It’s just so close now! Getting that done is going to take up a lot of our time. I have 10 or 11 songs written that are huge candidates to be on the album, and I’m just going to keep writing. That’s plenty of songs to make an album, but what I like to do now is write about 15 or 16 songs, and pick my 10 or 11 favorites that I feel share the same message and mentality to go on the album and essentially become this yearbook."
Original Story (4/22): Sometime between getting drunk with Fall Out Boy, collaborating with Dillon Francis and recording/releasing their latest single, "Hallelujah," Brendon Urie and his band, Panic! at the Disco have been locked in the studio, working on what will become their fifth studio album.
Earlier this week Urie went on the record with Alt 98.7 to spill the beans on what fans can expect, even admitting that the full-length is almost complete.
"It’s going to be a little bit different," he told the radio station, "It’s this mix between Sinatra and Queen, if that makes any sense...Every time we do a new album, for me, it’s always evolving and changing—in the best way. There’s going to be a new energy live." He added that the album is almost 85 percent done.
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