I’ve been waiting for this album for what feels like forever, but it is finally here and it does not disappoint. For Panic! fans this album has been highly anticipated, with the release of high calibre singles like ‘Halleljuah‘, ‘Victorious‘ and ‘Don’t Threaten me With a Good Time‘(reviewed previously on the site) only feeding this excitement. As with all Panic! albums it’s an evolution from ‘Too Rare to Live, Too Weird to Die’, personally I think ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ is one of their strongest albums yet.
Panic! At The Disco helped end 2015 on a high note by releasing yet another song from their upcoming album ‘Death Of A Bachelor’. ‘Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time’ is high-energy perfection, you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing along to this song and before you know it you’ll be singing along too.
The band, Panic! At The Disco, recently celebrated 10 years since the release of their debut album ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’, despite the fact they weren’t even out of college they gave us an album that helped shape the sound of pop-punk today. 10 years later, after members leaving and sounds evolving, Panic! are still making brilliant music. They released a third song from the yet-to-be-released fifth album; their new single ‘Victorious’.
Lana Del Rey is an American singer, songwriter and actress. Her unique sound has won fans over in the past with singles like ‘Video Games’ and ‘Summertime Sadness’. Musically she draws influence from the greats of every genre of music, which can be heard in her songs. I think this is especially true of Amy Winehouse, although the two are stylistically very different there is a lot of similarities bringing them together. Del Rey has released the title track of her new album ‘Honeymoon’. Continue reading “Honeymoon – Lana Del Rey”
I stumbled across Panic! At The Disco early this year and honestly can’t believe I hadn’t listened to them before. Since then I’ve listened to all their albums and fallen in love with their individual style and clever lyrics. Continue reading “Hallelujah – Panic! At The Disco”