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At long last Taylor Swift returns, but ‘ME!’’s message of self-acceptance can’t reach beyond the superficial

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Few pop stars can create as much of a furore over a simple countdown clock as Taylor Swift. A little under two weeks ago, the musician shared one such timer on her Instagram story, putting her fans on notice that something was on the way. Her loyal followers, of course, had already been busy decoding her recent posts of...

Panic! At The Disco live: Brendon Urie emerges as the greatest showman

It’s over a decade since Panic! At the Disco played their first show in London. Back in early 2006 the then-glittering baroque pop quartet upstaged headliners The Academy Is… in a swift and sweaty support slot at The Astoria. Blasting through tunes from their divisive debut ‘A Fever You Can't Sweat Out', it was evident even then that this...

Panic! At The Disco break decade-old radio record

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Panic! At The Disco have broken a major radio record in the US, it has been confirmed. The Brendon Urie-Erie-Led band have usurped Maroon 5 and their Cardi B-featuring single ‘Girls Like You’ to achieve the feat. The group’s single ‘High Hopes’ might have been released on May 23, 2018, but it’s still topping charts, according to Billboard. The...

Brendon Urie plays Show & Tell with NME

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Mr Panic! At the Disco joined us for a swift game of Show & Tell in a London hotel. Over a fancy beer, we showed Brendon pictures of things - you know, the important stuff in life like Pete Wentz, spiders and baked potatoes - and he told us what he thinks. Watch the video above.    

Watch Panic! At The Disco’s new music video for ‘Dancing’s Not A Crime’

A new music video for Panic! At The Disco's 'Dancing's Not A Crime' has been released ahead of the UK leg of the band's arena tour. Directed by Brandon Dermer, the video stars frontman Brendon Urie’s puppet alter ego, The Amazing Beebo, who first appeared in the band’s music video for 'Hey Look Ma, I Made It'. 'Dancing's Not A Crime'...

RIP MySpace music – the success stories of music’s first social media site

Long before it became a cesspit of inspirational mum-memes, endless spicy takes and a photo album of salads you’ll never get the chance to eat, social media was an integral part of music discovery. The MySpace years – a period of time in the late 00s which saw the Tom-helmed network rule the social networking roost – were huge for...

Panic! At The Disco fans will be kicked out of shows if they try to kiss Brendon Urie

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Panic! At The Disco have vowed to kick out the band's fans from their live shows if they're caught trying to kiss Brendon Urie. Posting on Twitter, road manager Zack Hall vowed to act if fans continue to be overly affectionate during 'Death of a Bachelor', the song that sees Urie walking into the crowd to greet his fans. "I'm done...

Brendon Urie is considering writing a musical based on his own life

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Brendon Urie has spoken out about his future in musical theatre, revealing that he is currently considering writing a musical based on his own life. The Panic! At The Disco frontman notably performed on Broadway back in 2017, playing the lead role in Kinky Boots for three months. Read more: Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie on smoking joints, ultra-violent videos and...

Juice WRLD and Benny Blanco share collaboration with Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie

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Juice WRLD has been working with Panic! At The Disco on new music, it has been revealed. Scroll down to listen to their first collaboration.  Read more: Juice WRLD: the emo rapper on his surprise hit 'Lucid Dreams' 'Roses' premiered earlier today (December 5) and saw the emo rapper team up with Panic!'s Brendon Urie and producer Benny Blanco. Speaking to Zane Lowe...

Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie wants to embark on a ‘metal project’ – and we could be hearing it soon

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Panic! At The Disco's Brendon Urie has discussed the idea of working on a "metal project", while hinting that the band's sound "could change even more drastically" in the future. Read More: Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie eyes West End role The Las Vegas group released their latest studio album, ‘Pray For The Wicked’, in June. In a four-star review, NME said:...