Viva Las Vengeance is the seventh studio album by American electronic dance-rock band Panic! at the Disco. It was released by Fueled By Ramen Records and DCD2 Records on August 19, 2022. The album is a continuation of the band’s successful decade-long career, and features numerous new songs and collaborations.
The band will tour in support of the album, as well as their new single, “Viva Las Vengeance.” The group will begin their tour in Texas this September and end in England in March 2023. The band will be joined on the tour by special guests Jake Wesley Rogers, Beach Bunny, and others.
After releasing the debut album in 2005, Panic! Panic! at the Disco burst onto the scene in 2005 with their debut album. The band’s unique sound merged emo with vaudeville theatrics. Their 2008 album, ‘Pretty’, was also inspired by The Beatles. Odd.’
Despite the long wait, the band is finally releasing new music. Their new album Viva Las Vengeance comes after teasers earlier this year. Fans have been able to hear snippets of the songs on their website. Panic’s new music is a big hit with fans. at the Disco, but their wait will be worth it. Luckily, fans can stream the new album on Audacy and find tons of other music to listen to from the band’s nearly two-decade career.
Although the band’s name suggests “rock” and “recorded live to tape,” the new album is more like a blend of power pop and early ’80s. While some fans may be turned off by the sexy sound of this album, it’s still a fun listen.
The band has revealed their seventh studio album, Viva Las Vengeance, which will be released on August 19th. The band has shared the title track, which doubles as the lead single, with a music video directed by Brendan Walter. The album is due on August 19th, and the band is currently touring North America.
The band also announced that they will be touring the U.S. and Europe to support their new album. The North American leg of the tour will begin in Austin, Texas on Sept. 8, with Marina as opening act. Additional support acts include Jake Wesley Rogers and Little Image. You can see the dates below!
The band’s tour will feature a number of shows featuring Smith. He has also announced that he is no longer a part of the band. He signed with DCD2 in 2018, the same record label that signed the band in 2005. However, Smith has not been active on social media. Smith is instead battling his addictions. He still managed to play a few shows live on the first leg of his new album’s tour.