Panic! at the Disco just dropped the video for "Nicotine" and, similar to "This Is Gospel," Brendon Urie is the only member featured in the clip. With the latest release off comeback album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!, PATD continue to look more and more like a solo act—even though we've hung out on the band's tour bus and witnessed their close friendship.
But even on his own, Urie captivates during the "Nicotine" visual. The black-and-white clip shows the singer lamenting a lost lover no matter where he goes. Whether at home, in the car or taking a walk, flashbacks of his girl keep creeping back into the frame.
SPOILER ALERT: At the end, the video takes a bone-chilling turn when Urie leaves flowers on a grave. For the relationship? For his girl? While we weren't expecting to get so bummed out on a Friday afternoon, the beautifully-shot clip is memorable—though maybe not quite as memorable as naked Urie in "Girls/Girls/Boys."
Watch Brendon tackle a very different role—a hilarious televangelist—in a video announcing PATD's new tour here.