Here the influences from when Brendon performed on Broadway are apparent. An album with a more current sound that put Panic! at the top of the world chart charts. "High Hopes" "Say Amen" "Hey Look Ma, I Made It" and "King of the Clouds" are the big standouts in my opinion. Great songs that were meant to be played in stadiums and events. I've always enjoyed the way the Panic sound changed over the years, and happy that Brendon managed to revive and bring a new glow and he has always had a broader view of the market. Going back to "Pray for the Wicked", I'm sure they knew what they were doing, wanted something more commercial without losing the essence and they got it. Hits like "High Hopes" and "Hey Look Ma, I Made It" are being played on the radio non-stop. Not to mention the awards that Panic! is winning, I'm very happy with this new era and excited for the next jobs!!