Panic At The Disco
Nine In The Afternoon
Nine In The Afternoon is the first single from Panic At The Disco's new album titled Pretty. Odd. The single will be released digitally on 10th March and physically a week later on the 17th March 2008. The album – which follows the band’s platinum-2005 debut, ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’ – is released on 25th March 2008.
The Las Vegas-based band will celebrate the release of ‘Pretty. odd.’ by headlining the 8th annual Honda Civic Tour, slated to kick off on April 10th in San Francisco. Panic At The Disco will get ready for the Honda Civic Tour with a two-week European tour, set for late February and early March, with stops at arenas in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, and the Netherlands.
‘Pretty odd’ was recorded in Las Vegas’ Studio at the Palms, with additional production and mixing now underway at the world-renowned Abbey Road Studios in London. Produced by Grammy and Emmy Award-nominated arranger/composer Rob Mathes, the album sees Panic At The Disco embracing a melodic, classic rock-inspired aesthetic while still maintaining the visionary pop modernism that made its debut among the new millennium’s most popular and successful releases.
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