From the release of their sophomore effort, Pretty. Odd, to a visit to London’s Abbey Road studios, to their exhaustive North American tour, Panic at the Disco have had a very busy year — and according to frontman Brendon Urie, the band doesn’t plan to let up.
In a recent interview with Billboard.com, Urie said the quartet have been “writing non-stop” since the completion of Odd, and that their yet-to-be titled third full-length could arrive in spring 2009. According to Urie, the new material’s sound is similar to Odd‘s classic-rock revivalism: “There’s so much music we haven’t discovered from 30 years ago or more. We’re still trying to pick up on that stuff.”
Until then, fans can hear Urie on Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming full-length, Folie A Deux, along with many other diverse collaborators.