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Pete Wentz Says New Panic! Album Is “Like ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ On Steroids”

James Wilson-Taylor
James Wilson-Taylor 3 April 2018 at 17.28

The Fall Out Boy bassist also revealed he is more than willing to appear in a future music video with Brendon during our recent interview in London.

Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz has revealed his initial thoughts on the upcoming album from Panic! At The Disco, 'Pray For The Wicked'.

In a new interview with Rock Sound alongside his bandmate Andy Hurley, Pete praised Brendon Urie's latest music and backs up the singer's previous claims that he was insipred by his time appearing in the musical Kinky Boots on Broadway:

"I think that it's like 'Death Of A Bachelor' on steroids. From doing Broadway and stuff he's figured out who he was and amplified it. The songs are, like, bonkers. And I think he did some stuff with Dillon Francis and it's, like...bonkers."

Sounds very promising indeed.

Plus, we had to ask Pete about the recent rumours that he is set to appear in a forthcoming Panic! music video wearing rollerskates. Is there any truth in the story Pete?

"I'd do any video Brendon wanted."

Guess it's on then...

You can watch our full interview with Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley in the video below:

Both Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco will return to the UK this August to headline Reading & Leeds festivals. Panic!'s new albunm 'Pray For The Wicked' will be released on June 22nd. 

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