Panic! At the Disco is back, and better than ever with their recent release of “Vice & Virtures”. This is the first release of the band, with loss of Ryan Ross (Guitarist) and Jon Walker (basses) and is now accompanied by Ian Crawford and Dallon Brobeck. This is the bands 3rd studio album and is more similar to the bands first record “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” in the terms of sound wise, lyrics and overall tone of the album. A couple years ago, before this record Panic at the Disco was my favorite band but when the release of Panic’s 2nd album, “Pretty. Odd.” Came out and was not very impressed and I slowly stopped listening to them. This album struck like lighting and I find myself listening to them more often these day. The album opens up strong with “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” when I first heard this single before the album was released; I was pretty impressed at the improving sound of the band. Although that sound was pretty good I was still not impressed much by the album that was on repeat my whole Vacation with my friend Jen. Vice & Vitures was on repeat the majority of the trip, and eventually I found myself retaining the lyrics and singing along. The lyrics have so much meaning and symbolism in them. This is super catchy and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes rock or pop music.