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Pop rock band panic at -- has experienced its share of ups and downs from early success to lineup changes and even substance of abuse issues.
I didn't ever think I'd be -- fourth albums.
And I'm still just as hungry like I still -- write music I still winning -- barking up.
Frontman -- and here he says the new album too weird to live you -- to die it was partially inspired by some emerging rock and hip hop artist.
-- friends in the band on kind of just.
Started this new.
Genre as well as group love like -- -- anything -- -- a lot of exciting.
Moments with artists and music and I wanted to be just as excited making our record as I was listening to.
Other people's music so that kind of dictated the party kind of sounds.
He says there's one track on the new album that he's most excited for fans here Vegas lights which we haven't released.
That was going to be great and that song it's just an homage to Vegas and it's celebrates.
The glitz and glamour and also like the -- seedy side of it that people really know about which I really like.
Shining some light on that in Vegas that locals see all the time.
And -- best known for -- dramatic.
Images in music videos and on stage the 26 year old seniors hoping for another town actually met with a couple people.
Just that talk.
About doing Broadway.
But nothing you know has happened yet so it would be incredible to do something I think broadway's the area -- wanna go do some kind of but driving the stage and I like that.
Panic at Nabisco picks up their North American tour in.
Seattle on January 14.
Adam Housley Fox News.
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