The emo gods have graced us with new music from Panic! At The Disco and it does not disappoint. The band just dropped 2 brand new singles as well as announced a tour, with tickets going on sale March 30th and we’re not gonna lie, we’re definitely trying to go.

Let’s take a step back in time to 13 years ago when Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco and My Chemical Romance all reigned supreme, shall we? Us former emo kids might affectionately refer to those few short years as the ‘holy trinity of emo’, which basically means that it was the only time when all three bands were functioning simultaneously as three separate groups. Ever since, it has been proven that one of them has to fall for the other two to succeed, and it looks like with Panic!’s new music, Fall Out Boy’s general success and My Chemical Romance still being broken up, we’re not gonna have any major boat rocking anytime soon.

While we’re on the topic of these bands though, we also want to reiterate that this year is going to be the last Warped Tour ever, and the lineup they’ve got going on is pretty good. Familiar faces like All Time Low and The Used are all stepping out for the farewell tour, and the especially hopeful are still crossing their fingers that MCR will magically get together to play one last show for it.

Unfortunately, we’re not so hopeful.

Don’t forget to grab tickets for Panic! At The Disco’s new ‘Pray For The Wicked’ tour on March 30th, and grab their new album, which drops June 22nd!

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Kasara is a Boston bred girl, through and through, who is currently kicking it around Los Angeles. She originally moved out West to pursue a career in acting, but has since discovered her passion in writing, which she has happily been making a career out of ever since. She tries to come back to Boston as often as she can, and will make any excuse to jump on a flight to do so. You're most likely to find her at a concert or drinking red wine while arguing that semicolons are still the most useless form of punctuation.