Panic! at the Disco Announces New Album & Arena Tour: Hear New Song 'Say Amen (Saturday Night)'

Well, the rumors are true -- Panic! at the Disco is here with new music. Two days after a surprise club show in Cleveland, the Brendon Urie-led band has announced its sixth studio album.

The long-player is called Pray for the Wicked, and it's out June 22 on Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Records. Two of its tracks are already here: "Say Amen (Saturday Night)" arrives via a blood-splattered music video featuring Urie fending off a team of ninjas, and "(Fuck A) Silver Lining" is available in audio-only form. 

Check out both below:

In a press release, Urie said of the new project: "After being away in New York for months doing Kinky Boots, I just wanted to hang out at home when I got back to LA. I was so revved up that I asked some friends to come over to my home studio to help me write about all the incredible things I’ve experienced the last couple of years. Pray for the Wicked is my 'thank you' to our fans and the most fun I’ve ever had making album."

The Jake Sinclair-produced album is available for pre-order now. Fans who place their orders before 9 p.m. on March 29 will have early access to tickets for Panic!'s upcoming U.S. arena tour, which was also announced Wednesday. Beginning July 11 in Minneapolis, P!ATD will head out with openers A R I Z O N A and Hayley Kiyoko for a summer's worth of dates concluding August 18 in Urie's hometown of Las Vegas. The pre-sale begins March 30 at 9 a.m., before tickets go live to the general public three hours later.

The new LP arrives on the heels of a successful, career-revitalizing album for Panic!. 2016's Death of a Bachelor debuted atop the Billboard 200 and has earned 1.5 million equivalent album units to date, including 724,000 albums sold (according to Nielsen Music). Panic! closed out the album cycle touring American arenas for the first time since their early career 2000s stardom, and they'll look to keep that momentum going through 2018.

Find the track listing, album artwork, and new dates below:

Pray For the Wicked:

1. (Fuck A) Silver Lining
2. Say Amen (Saturday Night)
3. Hey Look Ma, I Made It
4. High Hopes
5. Roaring 20s
6. Dancing’s Not A Crime
7. One Of The Drunks
8. The Overpass
9. King Of The Clouds
10. Old Fashioned
11. Dying In LA

July 11: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)
July 13: Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
July 14: Detroit, MI (Little Caesars Arena)
July 15: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)
July 17: Chicago, IL (United Center)
July 18: Pittsburgh, PA (PPG Paints Arena)
July 20: Uniondale, NY (NYCB Live: Nassau Coliseum)
July 21: Baltimore, MD (Royal Farms Arena)
July 22: Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre)
July 24: New York, NY (Madison Square Garden)
July 25: Boston, MA (TD Garden)
July 27: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)
July 28: Raleigh, NC (PNC Arena)
July 29: Duluth, GA (Infinite Energy Center)
July 31: Sunrise, FL (BB&T Center)
Aug. 1: Tampa, FL (Amalie Arena)
Aug. 3: Houston, TX (Toyota Center)
Aug. 4: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center)
Aug. 5: Tulsa, OK (BOK Center)
Aug. 7: Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)
Aug. 8: Salt Lake City, UT (Vivint Smart Home Arena)
Aug. 10: Seattle, WA (KeyArena)
Aug. 11: Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena)
Aug. 12: Portland, OR (Moda Center)
Aug. 14: San Jose, CA (SAP Center)
Aug. 15: Los Angeles, CA (STAPLES Center)
Aug. 17: Glendale, AZ (Gila River Arena)
Aug. 18: Las Vegas, NV (T-Mobile Arena)