Panic! at the Disco Queue Up Tour Behind ‘Too Weird to Live’
Panic! At the Disco are set for another North American tour in support of new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, scheduled for kick off next January.
The trek will see the band start in Seattle on January 14th, and make stops in major markets including Salt Lake City, Boston, Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Houston, before wrapping up on February 15th in Oakland.
The band’s new exclamation mark-free album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die, released this week, has already made strides towards hit-dom, with new single “Miss Jackson (Feat. Lolo)” immediately entering the top 10 on iTunes “Top Singles” chart upon release, and its accompanying video garnering over 5 million hits on Youtube.
The band also released a new web video for “Girls/Girls/Boys,” described as “a homage to D’Angelo’s infamous ‘Untitled (How Does It Feel)’ video.” It, as the description may suggest, features frontman Brendon Urie waving his arms around, and gesticulating with his eyebrows as well as numerous tween-girl baiting shots of his bare torso.
Panic! At the Disco are currently in the throes of an on the road-lifestyle and are set to play Las Vegas at The Pool At The Cosmopolitan on October 11th and join Thirty Seconds To Mars for a gig at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl on October 12th.
The band have a scheduled European stint planned across November before heading back tot the U.S. for “How The Edge Stole Christmas” in Grand Prairie, Texas, on December 5th. After that, they’re back on the road for a winter headlining tour, as well as a couple of shows in Mexico with Fall Out Boy, specifically Monterrey on January 11th and Mexico City on January 12th 2014.
They’ll also be putting in an exclamatorily fine performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” tonight where they’ll play the exclamatorily fine Sony Outdoor Stage.