Panic! At The Disco released their fifth album about three years ago, and the whole thing is a beautiful end to Brendon Urie’s Bachelor life before he married his wife, Sarah. The album takes us on a journey of him bidding his single life farewell, realizing his future with her, as well as a eulogy to himself. It also talks about growing older and celebrating yourself, even if you are a bad athlete, and more. Death of a Bachelor was a pretty good album for the band, and was also the first time the music was a majority Brendon Urie’s, but I guess with good reason.