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Mystery Person Is Mailing Panic! at the Disco-Themed Potatoes to Fans

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On April 23, many Panic! at the Disco fans received a delightfully unexpected deliery: a potato adorned with a message or picture relating to P!ATD's new album Pray For The Wicked.


People were....well, confused.

Meanwhile, Brandon Urie, lead singer of Panic! at the Disco, was must have been laughing his head off.

Many believe Urie himself was responsible for the packages.

Fans began reaching out to each other over the internet, piecing together what the messages meant...

But...why?

Could it be? Is new Panic! music coming?

Fans were overjoyed by the idea!

And just in case you also want to announce an upcoming album in style, here's how the band made it all work:

H//T - Twitter, Twitter, The Independent

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