Alt-rock group will join Fall Out Boy on tour following headlining dates.
Panic! At The Disco is back a new album and a single to preview its fourth studio full-length. On Monday (July 15), the group released the official music video for "Miss Jackson," the first single off their forthcoming album, "Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die," due out Oct. 8 on Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance.
The new track features biting lyrics that tell the story of being obsessively in love with a woman who’s hard to pin down. Meanwhile, the dark, gritty music video features Panic! frontman Brendon Urie in a trance-like state as he wildly roams the Las Vegas area in pursuit of the illusive "Miss Jackson." Katrina Bowden, who played Cerie on "30 Rock," co-stars.
According to a press release, Panic!'s fourth studio album was produced by Butch Walker and finds the group "paying homage to their Las Vegas roots." The follow-up to 2011's "Vices & Virtues" marks the group's second album since Ryan Ross and Jon Walker left the lineup in 2009.
"I had all these sounds in my head," says Urie in a statement. "I just had to figure out how to get them out. So I just kept writing, writing, and writing until eventually we had all these songs and I was like, 'This is it. This is the record I want to make.' I knew it would happen, and finally it's here."
Next month, Panic! At The Disco will be hitting the road to promote their upcoming record with a short headlining tour at intimate venues, beginning Aug. 4 in Norfolk. The band will then joining longtime friends Fall Out Boy as their main support for the reunited group's arena tour.
Here are Panic! At The Disco's upcoming tour dates:
Headlining U.S. dates:
Aug. 1: Boston, MA (The 92.9 Concert at Copley)
Aug. 3: Philadelphia, PA (The Piazza at Schmidt’s)
Aug. 4: Norfolk, VA (Jewish Mother)
Aug. 5: Richmond, VA (Canal Club)
Aug. 7: Nashville, TN (12th & Porter)
Aug. 9: Jacksonville, FL (Jack Rabbits)
Aug. 10: Tampa, FL (Jannus Live)
Aug. 12: Cincinnati, OH (20th Century Theatre)
Aug. 13: St. Louis, MO (Firebird)
Aug. 14: Indianapolis, IN (Radio Radio)
Aug. 17: Rochester, NY (Main Street Armory)
Aug. 19: Bakersfield, CA (B-Ryders)
Aug. 20: Santa Barbara, CA (Velvet Jones)
Aug. 21: Fresno, CA (The New Starline)
Aug. 22: Reno, CA (Alley)
Aug. 24: Salt Lake City, UT (Gallivan Center)
Save Rock And Roll Arena Tour:
Sept. 5: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun)
Sept. 6: Lowell, MA (Tsongas Arena)
Sept. 7: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center)
Sept. 8: Philadelphia, PA (Liacouras Center)
Sept. 10: Fairfax, VA (Patriot Center)
Sept. 11: Cleveland, OH (Wolstein Center)
Sept. 12: Chicago, IL (Vic)
Sept. 13: Milwaukee, WI (The Rave)
Sept. 14: Auburn Hills, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)
Sept. 15: Toronto, ON (Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre)
Sept. 18: Broomfield, CO (First Bank Center)
Sept. 20: Anaheim, CA (Honda Center)
Sept. 21: San Francisco, CA (America’s Cup Pavillion)
Sept. 22: San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)
Sept. 25: The Woodlands, TX (Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion)
Sept. 26: Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie)
Sept. 27: Memphis, TN (Mud Island Amphitheater)
Sept. 28: Alpharetta, GA (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore)
Sept. 29: Tampa, FL (USF Sun Dome)