Panic! At The Disco Reflect On Early Fame In ‘Local God’

Panic! At the Disco recently released a new song, “Local God,” in which frontman Brendon Urie reflects on the band’s beginnings and their rise to fame.

“We signed a record deal at 17/Hated by every local band,” Urie sings. “They say we never paid our dues/But what does that mean when money never changes hands?/It’s 2021 and I’m Almost Famous/You never really cared about that.”

The single will appear on the band’s upcoming seventh LP, Viva Las Vengeance, which drops on August 19 via Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Records. Previously, the band released “Middle of a Breakup” and the title track from Viva Las Vengeance.

Meanwhile, the band are also set to embark on the “Viva Las Vengeance Tour,” a global headlining arena trek that will kick off on September 8 in Austin, Texas. Special guests include Marina and Jake Wesley Rogers, with Beach Bunny joining on select dates in North America.

(Photo: Alex Stoddard)

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