Panic! At the Disco unveiled the music video for his or her new music “Sugar Soaker” on Tuesday (Aug. 23) and, effectively, it’s an absolute rager.
Within the clip for the infectious observe, Brendon Urie heads to a retro home get together straight out of the ’70s. Clad in a jean jacket and retro graphic tee, the frontman wails, “Little sugar soaker/ Breakin’ my mattress/ Purple tail lights behind her head/ Such a cherry leather-based looker/ Drive her until I’m useless/ Little sugar soaker/ C’mon, c’mon, c’mon, c’mon, yeah!” because the alcohol flows and he freely imbibes.
As Urie makes the rounds, the get together is affected by well-known faces, together with Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz (sporting lengthy bleach blond locks!), Betty Who, Butch Walker, Jake Wesley Rogers, his Panic! bandmates, and Leah Adler, who reprises her position as Maggie from the visible for earlier single “Center of a Breakup.” Finally, the drunken revelry catches as much as Urie’s character. By music’s finish, he takes an unintended splash within the pool solely to rapidly get well and be topped — actually — as king of the yard bash.
“Sugar Soaker” is the most recent lower off Panic! On the Disco’s newly launched seventh studio album Viva Las Vengeance, which additionally comprises singles “Don’t Let the Lights Go Out,” “Unhappy Clown” and the title track. Apparently, Urie revealed in a latest interview with The Misplaced Angeles Instances that he recorded your complete album dwell to an 8-track tape machine in a acutely aware effort to anchor the LP’s sound within the vibes of basic rock n’ roll.
Watch the music video for Panic! On the Disco’s “Sugar Soaker” under.
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