Nominated for Best Rock Album at the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Death of a Bachelor allowed Brendon Urie to truly fly solo and stretch his creative wings. The Panic! at the Disco frontman explained to Fuse just how career-defining the album proved to be.
"Ultimately, this album was just me. So to be able to do that, for me, was liberating. I've always written the same way and had ideas, but in the past...you would compromise with other people," says Urie. "Now, it's kind of more dangerous because I don't really have any limitations."
Urie went on to explain that before Death of a Bachelor, he wouldn't have had the chance to record something Sinatra-esque. "Any crazy thing that pops into my head, I'm just like, 'Yup, I'm doing it.'"