July 7, 2015


Panic! at the Disco's "Hallelujah": Brendon Urie Enters a Crazy Video Game

Panic! at the Disco's new single "Hallelujah" might recall some of their older tunes, but its accompanying video is something we've never seen before.

Watch above as Brendon Urie (dressed like Grease's Danny Zuko, nonetheless—and no, not the death metal version) chases after his lady love in a World of Warcraft-esque setting where the bridges change direction before you cross them and people can walk upside down. We can't deny the CGI looks a little corny at times, but we do enjoy the cute twist at the end.

Continuing with the trend of past Panic! videos, Brendon Urie is the only member of the band to appear in the visual. Granted, that's 50 percent of the members at this point, but it would have been cool to see bassist Dallon Weekes make a cameo.

"Hallelujah" previews Panic! at the Disco's upcoming album, which Urie recently revealed is "85 percent done" and sound like a "mix between Sinatra and Queen." Read more about the LP right here.