Panic! At The Disco tease new music with cryptic website

Panic! At The Disco is showcasing new music through a cryptic website called, hinting at a release next month.

The Brendon Urie-led band released its last album in 2018 with its sixth – and second since it became a solo project – ‘Pray For The Wicked’.

When you enter the new website, a sleep calculator will ask for your age, desired bedtime and email address. When you hit calculate, an orange box appears with the words “Don’t be a diva, it’s time to be free”. Regardless of your bedtime, it tells you that you “need to wake up at 6:01 am.”

Flashing dials showing numbers – believed to refer to June 1st – occasionally show alternate letters, reading: “V! LV”. Fans have speculated this could refer to the time in numbers (5:55) or “Viva! Las Vegas,” a nod to Urie’s hometown.

“Don’t forget to set an alarm, so you know when to wake up,” the site also reads above a yellow button that reads: “Set alarm.” When clicked, a piece of string music with Urie singing “Shut up and go to sleep” will play.

The site’s source code also provides additional clues and confirms the site is related to the band. “By submitting my information, I consent to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Panic! At The Disco based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data,” one part wrote.

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Further down, a message appeared in large, black letters that read: “Nothing is really real, no one really feels.”

Last year, Urie was at the center of a strange viral trend of watching Panic! At The Disco, the frontman has blamed many of the world’s “problems”, including the split One Direction, the coronavirus pandemic, the fall of the Roman Empire, the closure of Toys R Us and more. so more.

Meanwhile, in 2020, the musician asked former president Trump to stop using his music in protests. Trump got to play the band’s ‘High Hopes’ at a rally for his 2020 re-election campaign, which Urie brought up the issue. Panic! At The Disco tease new music with cryptic website

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