Panic At The Disco at the Carling Weekend 2007, shortly after being mauled by the fans in the NME signing tent. Pic: Guy Eppel
Panic At The Disco back when they were still Panic! New album 'Pretty. Odd' is expected to drop on March 25. Pic : PA Photos
Fancy dress addicts Panic At The Disco. For more pictures, videos, reviews and more, hit up NME.COM/artists/panic-at-the-disco. Pic: PA Photos
Panic At The Disco, who recently dropped the exclamation mark from their name, which was initially inspired by The Smiths' song 'Panic'. Pic: PA Photos
Panic At The Disco at the Carling Weekend in 2006, the year of the bottling and the War On Emo. Pic: Andy Willsher
Panic At The Disco's Brendan Urie undergoes the yellow eye shadow treatment. Pic: Pieter M Van Hattem
Panic At The Disco, before they became marching band men for their new video. Pic: Pieter M Van Hattem
Panic At The Disco, who started at the age of 13 playing Blink-182 covers in their hometown of Las Vegas. Pic: Pieter Van Hattem
Panic At The Disco recording the video for 'Nine In The Afternoon'. The band refuse to discuss the meaning of this video, saying they're not allowed because it will reveal the whole theme of the forthcoming record.
Panic At The Disco on the set for 'Nine In The Afternoon'. Guitarist Ryan Ross told MTV: "This is the first song we wrote. It's a song we all wrote together. It's basically about our situation for the past few years, just kind of looking at it all in a good way, and as a positive thing". Watch the video over at www.nme.com/artists/panic-at-the-disco
Panic At The Disco's new single is titled 'Nine In The Afternoon', and is lifted from eagerly awaited new LP 'Pretty. Odd', out in March.
Panic At The Disco reportedly dumped a load of songs last year. This is the first new track to make it all the way to release stage, and is riding highing in the US Billboard Chart. Watch the video over at www.nme.com/artists/panic-at-the-disco
Panic At The Disco on the set of their video for 'Nine In The Afternoon'. The song was first performed live at last summer's Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Panic At The Disco told MTV recently that their website had been hacked and songs were being leaked, although fortunately they were just joking. Watch the video over at www.nme.com/artists/panic-at-the-disco
Another scene from Panic At The Disco's new video for 'Nine In The Afternoon'. The view from this afternoon looks pretty weird.
The video was directed by Shane Drake, who worked on the band's previous promos for 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' and 'But It's Better If You Do'.
Panic At The Disco - aka Brendon Urie, Ryan Ross, Jon Walker and Spencer Smith - in the video for their latest single 'Nine In The Afternoon'.