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The Execution Specht says the most unique aspect of the Death of a Bachelor Tour compared to the band’s previous outings largely came down to the set list. “It’s definitely been a great progression, vi- sually, over the past few years, but a lot of it was song selection. It was a really strong set of songs combining the new album with the older hits, and we could get really theatrical with it. Having the piano reveal and with all we could do with the video backdrop, it was a very dynamic show. There was always something different happening.” The show opened with “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time,” the second track on Death of a Bachelor, and the accompanying visuals were based on the song’s music video – specifically the love-craving squid, which Lüz Studio recreated with 3D animation. As Specht alluded to, the set was heavy on cuts from Death of a Bachelor, including the singles “Hallelujah” and “Emperor’s New Clothes”; however, the majority of the performance was comprised of hits spanning Panic!’s four preceding releases, including favourites like “Ready to Go (Get Me out of My Mind)” from 2011’s Vices & Virtues, the arena anthem “ 5́)ͽt)ɽQ]ɐѼ1ٔQIɔѼѡͽѡ)չѡѼٕȀ啅́q$]ɥєM̰9)QɅ̳tɽѡȁЁ1@ٕȁeԁ eЁMݕЁ=и+q9ѡѕɹtѡͥɽѡ ѱ) ̵ɕͽɔЁAɕ丁=)ѡ́ݸѡЁ́Uɥɥ͕́ɽѡхЁ)Ʌѕ䁡䁉́ɽٕɡ)٥Յ͕ͥ͡)Q͕ѡ͕Ё́չՅѕ䃊q Ʌ̳t)ɥɥхմѥѕݥѠͽ)ɕ̸)MЁ́ͅٽɕ́́ȁͽѡqˊt)ͽ́ɽѡхՔqQ 51͇t+q9ѥtq$ɕ䁕啐ѡɬа܁ɅЁ́)ѡ͔ͽ́ѡٕɅгt͡ɕ̸)ՔЁ́ȁѡѡ͡܁ݥѠѡ)ͽqɱ̀ɱ̀ ̻t́1ɥ̰Uɥ́ɽ)ͅȁȁ1 QD͕́Ʌݡ)ѡ䁅ɔqMѡѕЁȁѡЁͽ͕ѼЁɔ+a͕䳊dЁȁѡ́ЁэѡЁݔ)ɽȁѼɕѡЁͅt(AI=MM%=901%!Q%9AI=U Q%=8(0H%8U =%L5QQ%T1I%[%=3qhMQU%<@Q11`MA !P3qhMQU%?eLY%I=9T)ЁѡЁ͡܁ѡѽȁU)٥ Pɽ՝Ёѡͅ)ȁ́مɥ́́)ɥѕѡѡɽ՝ЁѡՑ)]ѡəɵqɱ̀)ɱ̀ ϊtȁѡѡ͕аݡ)ѽՍ́Uɥéͽɥ)ݥѠ͕Յ䰁ѡ́Ёѡ́)ɽЁѡȁ̰́͡)ɕѥձչձѤɕ)ѡɽ՝Ёѡɕѡ)эѡ٥ɅЁɅܵѡ)х٥Յ̸+qѕȁѡа́ݕɔЁ)ٕܰ͡ͼԁ%хɅ)ȁeQՉЁͽѡ)хɽѡѽȰѡӊéɽ)ѡЁ׊e͕ѡгt1ɥ)̃ͅLѡȁѕхЁѼAe)兰ݥ)QѠ ȁх)ձѕ́ݥѠqYѽɥϊtɽѡ)ݕЁմLٽɥєȁѠ1ȴ)Mиq%Ёɕ䁕́ѡ͡)ݥѠt́ͅMиQ٥Յ)ɔɕ͍ݥѠե)ɕٕ́Ȱ͕ɕ) ɥѽȁ9é٥Յչ)ѕȁ%ѥq$݅́Ѽ)ɕ䁥ɥєѡɽɅ)ЁЁɥ́гtѡ1̸q%ӊé)ͥٔͽͼݡԁɥЁѼ)ЁɕLոѕLӊe)՝t)QѠ ȁQȁ̴݅́)ٕͥٔЁȁAЁQ͍)ѡȁɅѽ́յȁ)̰݅ѥ܁́ȁѡո)1́Ýѕɵٕ́Օ̰)ѕٕɅɽՍѥمՔ)QЁՑͽЁ͡܁Ё9)eɬ é5ͽMՅɔɑ)MЁ́䁽ɕЁѼ3)MՑѡمɥ́́)ɕѥٔѕѡЁɥ)ѡ͔́͡ѼqQeٔЁɕа)ͽѕݕѡѽ́