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"Hallelujah" New Music From Panic! At The Disco!
By RR

Panic! At The Disco suprised everyone when they premiered their brand new single "Hallelujah" exclusively on L.A.'s legendary KROQ this morning! 

"Hallelujah" is the first new release from Panic! At The Disco in almost two years! Panic! dropped a hint on April 17th when they posted the following pic on their Instagram account:

Listen to Panic! At The Disco's new single "Hallelujah" on YouTube now!

Within hours of it's release, "Hallelujah" has rocketed to #4 on the iTunes singles chart!

Be sure to catch Panic! At The Disco performing tonight on the 7th annual Shorty Awards hosted by SNL alum Rachel Dratch! 

Click here to download your copy of "Hallelujah" on iTunes or click here to start streaming now on Spotify!

  • Panic! At The Disco suprised everyone when they premiered their brand new single "Hallelujah" exclusively on L.A.'s legendary KROQ this morning!  "Hallelujah" is the first new release from Panic!
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on April 20, 2015 - 1:03pm

Panic! At The Disco suprised everyone when they premiered their brand new single "Hallelujah" exclusively on L.A.'s legendary KROQ this morning! 

"Hallelujah" is the first new release from Panic! At The Disco in almost two years! Panic! dropped a hint on April 17th when they posted the following pic on their Instagram account:

Listen to Panic! At The Disco's new single "Hallelujah" on YouTube now!

Within hours of it's release, "Hallelujah" has rocketed to #4 on the iTunes singles chart!

Be sure to catch Panic! At The Disco performing tonight on the 7th annual Shorty Awards hosted by SNL alum Rachel Dratch! 

Click here to download your copy of "Hallelujah" on iTunes or click here to start streaming now on Spotify!

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