When Pretty. Odd. was unleashed onto an unsuspecting world in 2008, fans were met with a serious departure from the baroque-pop-meets-dance-meets-emo sound that permeated their establishing album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.
Inspired by 60s acts like The Beatles and The Kinks, the album lent itself to whimsical acoustic layers and psychedelic soundscapes – a sonic aesthetic that found a perfect home in ‘Nine In The Afternoon’.
Now, the epic track has been has been certified 2x Platinum by RIAA after selling 2 Million units – a massive milestone for the band, 10 years on from its release.
Since then, Panic! have continued to experience massive chart success – Death Of A Bachelor saw the band score the band the title of the best selling rock album of 2016, whilst in 2015, A Fever was officially certified double platinum.
On the topic of Panic! albums, just last week Brendon Urie revealed that their upcoming album has been recorded. He broke the news during an Instagram live, sharing a snippet of a new track that features a rolling vocal run and some seriously epic theatrics.