Panic! At The Disco Release 'Death Of A Bachelor' Video

(Radio.com) Panic! At The Disco have just given fans an Christmas present. The Las Vegas band has released a video for their new album's title track, Death Of A Bachelor.

Shot in black and white in an old-school night club, the camera follows frontman Brendon Urie as he croons like Sinatra to an empty ballroom. This morning Urie posted a note to fans on the band's website:

" Hello, beautifuls. It's me, Brendon. I wanna tell you that I love you. Right now, I'm sitting at my piano. The same place that I wrote a lot of my new album 'Death Of A Bachelor" (out January 15th on the internet or anywhere CDs are sold if you're someone who leaves their house; ::end of shameless plug::). And, actually, I'm sitting where I wrote the song of the same name. Holiday decorations at my back. Fire burning low. 'A Muppet Christmas Carol' playing in the background.

"Maybe it's the holiday spirit or maybe it's this Disney movie, but I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate you and can't wait to show you what I've been working on.

"So here's a video I shot for the song 'Death Of A Bachelor" . Something to hold you over until the album comes out (again, it comes out January 15th, just in case you were wondering or you just forgot).

"Anyway, I hope your holiday break is awesome and that you can deal with your family's awkwardness with grace and patience. I love and appreciate you. Happy new year!" Watch the video here.

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