Panic! At The Disco have revealed their violent and surreal new video.
The clip was directed by. In it frontman Brendon Urie is seen on a night out where he meets a woman, though not everything is quite as it seems. When the singer spots his new friend has a tentacle, he is plied with more alcohol until he forgets. Cut to the pair going back to his place and things get even worse for Urie.
Tim Hendrix directed the video for the track, which samples The B-52s’ ‘Rock Lobster’. Panic! At The Disco release new album ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ in January. The record was produced by Jake Sinclair (Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy).
Check the video out below:
Panic! At The Disco recently announced details of three huge UK dates. The US band will be in Britain in November for three headline shows in Manchester, Cardiff and London. The short tour starts at O2 Apollo Manchester on November 17. Further gigs at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena (November 18) and Alexandra Palace in London (November 19) will follow.
The band will also headline Slam Dunk Festival in May. The touring festival will visit Leeds, Birmingham and Hatfield with Panic! At The Disco joined on the bill by Of Mice & Men and New Found Glory.
Panic! At The Disco tour dates:
Manchester, O2 Apollo (November 17)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (November 18)
London, Alexandra Palace (November 19)