Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie speaks out against ‘toxic orange’ Donald Trump

The band's frontman shared his views on the US President in a new interview

Panic! At The Disco‘s Brendon Urie has slammed “toxic orange” Donald Trump in a new interview.

The Las Vegas band are set to release their sixth studio album ‘Pray For The Wicked’ next week (June 22). Three songs have already been shared from the record in ‘(Fuck A) Silver Lining’, ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’, and ‘High Hopes’.

Speaking to NME, Urie shared his views on the current US President. “Ugh, Donald Trump,” he said upon being shown a photo of the former host of The Apprentice US. “Why couldn’t you have just stayed a menial celebrity? We love laughing at you, but not when you’re just breaking our country down, dude.

“Your rhetoric is so poisonous,” he continued. “You toxic, toxic orange. Just stop, please. I’m begging you, at this point. I’m not even mad anymore, I’m just sad. So sad. Just bring it back, bro. You’re the worst.” You can watch the full interview at the top of the page.

Meanwhile, Panic! At The Disco fans recently reported they were being sent unsolicited potatoes in the post. The surprise packages followed the release of the video for ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’, which saw Urie stabbing someone in the face through a potato.

The potatoes were reportedly sent to fans via a service called MysteryPotato.com, through which anyone can anonymously send the vegetable – and glitter bombs – to people in the USA, Canada, UK, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Germany, and some states in Australia.

Panic! At The Disco will return to the UK in August when they perform at Reading & Leeds Festivals. Tickets for the events are available here. Fall Out Boy, Kendrick Lamar, Kings Of Leon, Travis Scott, and The Courteeners are among the other acts who will perform across the weekend.