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October 31, 2008

Panic at the Disco's new album is inspired by their parents

The emo rockers are currently working on their as-yet untitled follow-up to this year's 'Pretty, Odd' and say they have been heavily influenced by artists their mothers and fathers listened to when they were growing up.

Frontman Brandon Urie explained: "We were listening to some bands that maybe we had heard from our parents but never discovered for ourselves.

"There's so much music we haven't discovered from 30 years ago or more. We're still trying to pick up on that stuff."

Despite having a gap of almost three years between their first two albums, Brandon promises fans will have a much shorter wait for their next album because they have been working so prolifically.

He added to Billboard magazine: "We have between 15 and 18 main ideas for songs we want to get started. We've been writing non-stop since we finished recording. I guess we kind of lost our anxiety of writing on tour. We never used to do that. We used to think we needed an environment to sit down and create, but we realized all we need is a few instruments and the four of us, just throwing ideas together."

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Posted by emomixtape at October 31, 2008 12:13 PM
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