17 March 2018, 09:36 | Updated: 18 March 2018, 19:43
Do we spy an album title amongst these clues?!
Some Panic! At The Disco fans have been receiving mysterious packages from Brendon Urie’s PO BOX in Los Angeles, but what does it all mean? As Panic gear up for the release of their sixth studio album, fans have reported unexpected packages containing some seriously exciting goodies.
Twitter user @panicupdating shared a photo via a fan, @its_StephV, who received one of these mysterious packages.
— Panic! Updating (@panicupdating) March 16, 2018
Presumably, fans who have sent fan mail to Brendon in the past might have been chosen to receive this bottle of unholy water.
Obviously, this sent Panic fans into full detective mode. We already know that 3:19 has some significance because Brendon has been teasing the numbers since early March.
— PopBuzz (@popbuzz) March 8, 2018
Now, the numbers 3:21 have been added to the mix and fans have theories.
The 3:21 bible verse is: But whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that what they have done has been done in the sight of God. If that means anything
— Kelsey Marie (@HargravesKelsey) March 16, 2018
single on the 19th, album on the 21st
— cara (@caradonovanx) March 16, 2018
WHAT IF THE ALBUMS CALLED PRAY FOR THE WICKED pic.twitter.com/uKGX5dU3eq
— gianna !/ 173 3:19 (@virtuesmedley) March 16, 2018
okay can we just pause a moment and think about how fucking extra Brendon is? he printed out LABELS with “pray for the wicked 321 unholy water” on them, put them on fucking bottles and selected specific fan addresses to send them to…
— morgan // 2 // 4 (@goldenxurie) March 16, 2018
We love a bit of iconic viral promo, so colour us impressed. You know what this means, guys. The album is IMMINENT. Check your mailboxes and don’t say Brendon didn’t warn ya.
— Wendi (@wendiuriewentz) March 16, 2018