Panic! At The Disco has shared a brand new official music video for their single, "Victorious," which will appear on their forthcoming studio album, Death Of A Bachelor.
In the video, frontman Brendon Urie gloriously celebrates (like, with champagne and gorgeous women) victories over life's everyday challenges, from dating to sports to resisting the temptation to call your ex lover. The band Tweeted "It's the little victories that make us badass af" in correlation to the video.
"Victorious" is the third new single to be released from the band's new fifth studio album, the first two of which were "Emperor's New Clothes" and "Hallelujah." Cryptically, the band had teased the new record on Instagram with a caption "If you love me let me go - October 22nd," the lyrics and song of which were actually excerpted from one of their unrelated former tracks,"This Is Gospel" from 2013 album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!.
Urie recently spoke to Beats 1 about the album, stating "It’s like some Beyoncé beats with some Sinatra vocals. It’s really crazy… [Sinatra’s] music has been a major player in the soundtrack of my life. So it’s only right that I return the favour and/or pay it forward."
He had also previously commented on the album in a lengthy Facebook post announcing its release: "Death of a Bachelor is in honor of those times I spent alone as a kid. Allowing music to consume me. Playing everything myself just to get the idea right and out of my head. It's a beginning to a new era. And an homage to how it all began," he said. "This album is me. Running to the piano. Building a drum kit. Strumming a guitar. Some things never change."
Death Of A Bachelor will be released on January 15 via Fueled by Ramen.