Panic! At The Disco Take Us to Church in New Song 'Hallelujah!'

Brendon Urie of Panic! At the Disco performs at The Greek Theatre
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Brendon Urie of Panic! At the Disco performs at The Greek Theatre on August 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  

The song comes with a little assist from the new batch of Emojis.

A new Panic! At The Disco song is here, and it's their first since the official departure of founding drummer Spencer Smith

Frontman Brendon Urie unveiled a new song called "Hallelujah" on the band's official website, along with a very enthusiastic message to the fans (see below). 

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Starting with the Emoji praying hands (with the new multicultural look), Panic! takes us to church with this jubilant gospel-rocker. Does it feature choir parts? Is that even a question?

Panic! has not indicated if "Hallelujah" will be part of any new album or other release. The Las Vegas band's last album was 2013's Too Weird to Live, Too Rare To Die! 

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Below, check out the entire message Urie wrote to Panic!'s fans and watch them at the Shorty Awards tonight (April 20).

Hello my fellow sinners,

First off, thank you. Thank you for always being there. For speaking your mind. For following what you believe. For allowing me to grow. For granting me the opportunity to live my dream. Words simply can't express my full appreciation and gratitude for you.

As I begin what feels like a new chapter of my life, I'm filled with immense excitement and a fresh sense of hope. I've seen this band through every phase, every change, every hardship. And yet my appreciation and love grows with every breath.

So I lift my arms in praise of your greatness. YOU are great. YOU are beautiful. YOU are talented, and smart, and kind, and loving, and generous, and simply amazing.

And you make me want to scream "HALLELUJAH!" from the top of my lungs with every bit of fervor and strength I possess. And I invite you to join me as you have over and over again.

So Hallelujah, my fellow sinners. Hallelujah.