No panic for rock fans

Paisley Daily Express - - Theti Cket - Le­gends an­nounce world tour

Panic! at the Disco’s orig­i­nal band mem­ber Bren­dan Urie is gear­ing up for an im­pres­sive show in Glas­gow with songs from their 14-year back cat­a­logue. Fol­low­ing the re­lease of their sixth stu­dio al­bum ear­lier this year, Pray for the Wicked, Panic! at the Disco are com­ing to the SSE Hy­dro as part of their 2019 world tour. Their lat­est record, re­leased in June, fea­tures sin­gles Say Amen (Satur­day Night) and High Hopes. It was crit­i­cally praised and marked the first time the group re­leased mu­sic with lead singer Urie, above, as the only re­main­ing orig­i­nal mem­ber. The new­est al­bum reached num­ber two in the UK al­bum chart and re­cent fes­ti­val ap­pear­ances have re­ceived rave re­views. The band has come a long way since their de­but al­bum A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, but fans can still ex­pect to hear old clas­sics in­clud­ing But It’s Bet­ter If You Do and I Write Sins Not Tragedies. Tick­ets are now on gen­eral sale and are avail­able from tick­et­mas­ter.co.uk or

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