Panic! At The Disco Fans Are Receiving Potatoes In The Mail

24 April 2018, 13:08 | Updated: 24 April 2018, 16:34

Panic at the potato
Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

How SHOOK would you be if you received a potato with Brendon Urie's face on it?

The Panic! At The Disco fandom is having an eventful album roll out season. Between all the hints leading up to "Say Amen" (Saturday Night) & "(Fuck A) Silver Lining", plus the special holy water packages delivered straight to the mailboxes of loyal fans, there certainly has been "no rest" for the devout followers of Panic! At The Disco. 

Imagine going to check your mail and discovering an actual potato with Brendon Urie's face on it. 

Yeah, you'd be shook, too. 

The potatoes are directing people to, an anonymous potato sending site that we never even knew existed until this precise moment.

It's official. People have...questions. 

But they definitely weren't mad at the concept

Of course, a few fans started wondering if their potatoes got lost in the mail.

But then the whole potato concept clicked.

Okay, so here is everything we know about the potatoes: 

Panic! At The Disco fans have been receiving potatoes in the mail with "Say Amen" lyrics on them. The potato is a reference to this iconic scene from the lead single's music video. 

Brendon Urie potato
via Fueled by Ramen 
Brendon Urie potato 2 via Fueled by Ramen 

Brendon Urie potato 3 via Fueled by Ramen 

Panic! are back at it again, following another viral marketing exercise in March, where people received holy water bottles labelled "Pray For The Wicked". 

Pray For The Wicked, Panic's 6th studio album, will be out June 22. The official Panic! At The Disco account has responded and WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?! 

That's all we know so far. We're also acutely aware that potatoes are a rich source of vitamin C and potassium. 

Anyway, we love marketing! 

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