This world truly doesn't deserve Brendon Urie and it's truly proven in the form of an isolated vocals track from Panic! At The Disco's "Death of a Bachelor."

Check it out below!

Read more: Hear Brendon Urie’s vocals isolated from Panic! At The Disco’s “Nine in the Afternoon”

This track comes to us just a few days after Urie joined the Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

We're also dying to see his upcoming performance as Charlie Price in Kinky Boots.

“What drew me to the show was when I saw it, I knew I wanted to be a part of it. It moved me so much, that end moment, the finale. I felt like, I want to get up and shout and celebrate life. That feeling resonated within me, and I wanted to be a part of it. The message is so clear. It’s so relatable,” he says in the behind-the-scenes clip.

If you haven't seen his spectacular first, in-costume photoshoot as Charlie Price, then what have you been doing with your life? Check it out here!

This isn't the first vocals-only track we've heard from Panic! either as we've heard Urie's amazing vocals isolated from "Nine in the Afternoon" and "This is Gospel"

Listen to "Death of a Bachelor" below!

Watch more: 10 Essential Panic! At The Disco songs