See Panic! At the Disco's 'Victorious' Backflip on 'Corden'

Band's fifth LP, 'Death of a Bachelor,' hit Number One in January

Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie treated the 'Corden' audience to a backflip during the band's performance of single "Victorious"

Panic! At the Disco treated the Late Late Show audience to a raucous performance of single "Victorious." Weezer's Rivers Cuomo co-wrote the track and will co-headline a tour with the band this summer.

The perpetually energetic singer Brendon Urie jumped around the small late-night stage as he belted the track. Early on, he let out a powerful falsetto before dancing frenetically across the space. Towards the end, Urie did a backflip with the raised stage for the drummer and his kit as the launching point.

Panic! At the Disco released its first album with Brendon Urie as its lone founding member, Death of a Bachelor, in January. The LP hit Number One on the Billboard 200, a first for the group.

P!ATD's tour with Weezer will launch in June and trek across North America through August. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, a new project from the lead singer of Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin, will open for the pair of rock bands.