Panic! at the Disco’s “Hallelujah”

The cover of the new song “Hallelujah” is set in a very dark and plain room. It was released with the song once Spencer Smith, drummer, announced his departure from the band after being a member since 2004.

Panic! at the Disco recently announced the departure of Spencer Smith, drummer, from the famous band. Following the announcement was the release of a new song, “Hallelujah” which has begun its climb to the top of the charts.

The band was founded in 2004 by four childhood friends who were in high school. Brendon Urie, lead singer, is one of the more well-known artists in the band. In 2005, Panic! at the Disco released an album titled A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. The most popular song, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, reached the top ten and is still popular today.

By 2008, the band released a new album titled Pretty. Odd. which began to move the band in a new direction. Some band members liked the new direction whereas others wanted to return to their original music. The band split in half leaving Panic! at the Disco with two members: Urie and Spencer Smith.

In 2011, the duo went on to record the band’s third studio album, “Vices & Virtues”. Then, a third musician joined the band and they all created their fourth album,  “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!”, in 2012.

The song “Hallelujah” marks the beginning of the fifth album release for the band. Urie even wrote a letter to the band’s fans thanking them for providing him with the opportunity to live his dream. He said, “Words simply can’t express my full appreciation and gratitude for you.”

This is all of the information available at this time, leaving people unsure of when the rest of the album will be released. However, if the rest of the album receives a similar response to that of “Hallelujah”, there is no question that it will be a huge success.


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