Panic! At The Disco's second single preceding their new album is "This Is Gospel," and we have the official music video featuring frontman Brendon Urie. The video opens with a heartbeat, following Urie as doctors operate on him in spite of his struggles to break free. Urie is then dressed up and trapped in a coffin filling with water, but instead of drowning, he escapes into a tangle of ropes and winds up back with the team of surgeons, ending with the flatline beep and fading white lights.
It's an ominous clip that works well with the dynamic track: The verses are subdued and quiet with an electronic effect, as Urie is subjected to his deadly fate. In contrast, the choruses are explosive and loud, expressed by Urie's determination to escape back to the living.
"This Is Gospel," along with first single "Miss Jackson," will feature on the band's upcoming fourth album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! The record will be released on October 8th, but it can be pre-ordered now on iTunes; the pre-order comes with an instant download of both of the singles.
Panic! At The Disco is also currently on tour. They will be making their way across North America through September, and are playing a number of dates with fellow band Fall Out Boy. They will hit Europe in November. Check Panic! At The Disco's official site for dates and tickets.