Panic! At The Disco Officially Splits, Says Brendon Urie

Panic! on the Disco singer Brendon Urie is wrapping up a HUGE chapter in his life … as a result of he says his band, which stood for practically 2 many years, is not any extra.

Brendon broke the information to his tens of millions of followers Tuesday morning — beginning by saying, “Well, it’s been a hell of a journey.”

He goes on to speak about how he and his spouse predict a child, which he is clearly thrilled about … sadly, which means he is received to place the music behind him to give attention to the fam, as an alternative.

Brendon says, “Thank you all on your immense help through the years … Whether you’ve been right here for the reason that starting or are simply discovering us, it has been a pleasure to not solely share the stage with so many gifted individuals but in addition share our time with you.”

The frontman goes on to additional categorical his gratitude, earlier than saying, “I’m trying ahead to seeing everybody in Europe and the UK for one final run collectively” — referring to the ultimate leg of his Viva Las Vengeance tour, which ends in Manchester this March.

Panic! was first shaped again in 2004 with Brendon’s childhood mates, rising large reputation with their first large hit, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” the next 12 months.

The band would go on to high charts with songs like “Nine within the Afternoon,” “High Hopes,” “This is Gospel,” “House of Memories,” and extra … all whereas going by means of a number of totally different band members because the years went on, finally turning the band right into a solo venture in 2015.

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