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article imageReview: Panic! at The Disco back with new single 'Girls/Girls/Boys' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 11, 2014 in Music
Panic! at the Disco is back when their newest radio single, the upbeat and high-energy tune "Girls/Girls/Boys," which is a standout track from their latest CD.
Lead singer Brendon Urie co-wrote the song with Dallon Weekes, who plays guitar and singing background vocals for the band.
Urie bares it all in this music video, reminiscent of the style of R&B star D'Angelo's "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" from the late 1990s, yet he released a director's cut which offers some differences than the initial video release of the song, which coincided with their latest studio album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! that was released through their record label, Fueled by Ramen.
"Girls/Girls/Boys" is progress and uptempo with seductive lyrics. The song has a liberating message to it and Urie displays his wide range on the tune, by belting out the high notes. While showcasing his vulnerability in the video, he encourages his listeners to feel comfortable in their own skin and not feel dictated in any way by anybody.
"And never did I think that I, Would be caught in the way you got me, But girls love girls and boys And love is not a choice," Urie sings.
This song was definitely the climax of their recent headlining sold-out concert at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.
The Verdict
Overall, Panic! at the Disco's "Girls/Girls/Boys" garners 4 out of 5 stars. It deserves to be played by the radio airwaves, since they are one of the most talented live acts in pop-rock music.
For more information on Panic! at the Disco and their new single, check out their website.
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