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Panic! At The Disco Recruit Stranger Things Star For Video

09/23/2016
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Panic At The Disco

(Radio.com) Panic! At The Disco recruited Stranger Things' Noah Schnapp to star in their new music video for the song "LA Devotee," their latest single from Death Of A Bachelor.

The video takes a peek inside a cult who perform creepy Satanic-like rituals and brainwashing sessions on the 11 year-old boy. After subjecting Schnapp's character to various tortures, Panic!'s well-dressed frontman Brendan Urie reveals himself to be the group's maniacal leader.

Excited to participate in Urie's video, Schnapp tweeted, "count me in @brendonurie for your concert in NY!" Read more and check out the new video here.

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