The first video from Panic! At the Disco's second album, "Pretty. Odd." that passes through the age of time.
MTV premiered the first music video from Panic! At the Disco's sophomore effort. The clip for "Nine in the Afternoon" was debuted on Sunday, February 10 while the band were due to attend the Grammys at Los Angeles' Staples Center. It was also made the fresh clip for TRL the next day.
This would be the clip that the band described in an interview with MTV as "Sgt. Pepper's-meets-ice-fishing". The extras are dressed in different periods of times and a marching band wear a banner with the words "Pretty. Odd." to it, the title to their second album. Shane Drake who penned the band's previous videos like "But It's Better If You Do" and "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", also directed this video.
The band had also moved on with the second single from the upcoming album by shooting the video. "The Green Gentlemen" is made the second single and reportedly will present the members of the band in different ages of their lives.
"Pretty. Odd. " will be released on March 25 via Fueled by Ramen.
Panic! At the Disco's "Nine in the Afternoon":