Panic! At The Disco have made it. The genre-defying band, led by frontman Brendon Urie, got their start back in 2004 when they recorded a demo and ambitiously sent it to Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy’s bassist. Wentz was so impressed by their songs that he scored them a record deal and brought them on tour as an opening act. Panic! At The Disco have come a long way since then – and this Friday, June 29, they’re hitting one of television’s most well-known and beloved stages: New York City’s famed Rockefeller Plaza, part of the Citi Concert Series on TODAY.

Panic! At The Disco’s long-awaited TODAY performance is the perfect place to introduce fans to their new album, Pray for the Wicked, which came out last Friday, June 22. The band has released a whopping six albums and headlined multiple nationwide tours since recording that first demo nearly 15 years ago. The current Pray for the Wicked era is particularly exciting for Urie:

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But dropping a brand new album wasn’t enough. The band also surprised fans with a music video fittingly titled “Hey Look Ma, I Made It.” The visuals reveal the shockingly dark side of fame. Take a look: