After hearing the requests and cries of avid fans, Panic! At The Disco returns to Manila this October for the Pray For The Wicked tour. As the last man standing, Brendon Urie wrote and recorded the songs alone, but it’s not going to sound different for us because the band has been changing sounds for each album.
Pray For The Wicked will be released on June 22, with four tracks already out titled Fuck A (Silver Lining), Say Amen (Saturday Night), High Hopes, and King of the Clouds. The album is said to be the follow-up for the previous album Death of a Bachelor in 2016.
Based on some of Urie’s interviews, Pray For The Wicked tackles internal conflict and hedonism, alongside his feelings of despair on what’s been happening in the world. We can also expect more theatrical singing, and probably more cool, albeit morbid, videos to watch.
And one thing we know for sure – this album shouldn’t be taken as an offense for religious communities out there. Urie is an artist expressing his life, from his childhood to what’s been happening for the past couple of years, through music.
P!ATD had their first concert in Araneta Coliseum 10 years ago, and they were also one of the bands who joined the In The Mix Music Fest Manila in 2016. I Write Sins Not Tragedies, This is Gospel, Nine in the Afternoon are some of the popular songs that the band has popularized over the years.
Tickets are available starting July 8 via SM Tickets, so better save up for the concert as early as possible! You wouldn’t want to be broke for that!
The following are the ticket prices:
P7,800 VIP Standing
P6,800 VIP Seated
P4,500 Lower Box A
P2,800 Lower Box B
We all couldn’t wait until Panic! At The Disco returns to Manila. In the meantime, watch this cute video of Urie saying mahal kita.