We Listened To Panic! At The Disco's New Live Album And Here's What We Think

30 November 2017, 14:19

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By James Wilson-Taylor

With the new record about to drop, here's what we thought of Brendon Urie's brand new live release "All My Friends We're Glorious".

Panic! At The Disco are about to drop a brand new release entitled All My Friends We're Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour Live and, as luck would have it, Brendon Urie (well, his label) have sent us an early copy to have a cheeky listen to.

Documenting the epic US arena shows of earlier this year, the 21 track album takes in all the classics you know and love as well as a few clever cover version choices by the likes of Queen and Billy Joel. There is even a secret message from Pete Wentz hidden in there if you listen closely!

If you saw this tour, you'll know that the band's career ambitions and the scale of their live performances has gone from strength to strength in recent times and, we must say, this album is as close as you are going to get to the experience of really being in an arena with that many screaming Brendon fans.

But is it any good? Well, we gave the record a first listen and recorded our reaction to share with you in video form.

Check out exactly what we thought about All My Friends We're Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour Live in the video below: