This isn’t the first time the two have collaborated.
Panic! At The Disco and Halsey recently performed together at a huge event. In a spectacle you could only have witnessed if you were in Mexico City for the Corona Capital Festival a few days ago, the pair joined forces to perform “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, a song that Halsey herself has said multiple times she grew up listening to. You know, like most of us.
The video of said spectacle, which you can watch below, took place on a star-studded lineup that also included Nine Inch Nails, MGMT, and many more. Despite how well known Halsey may be now, especially after her sophomore record dropped last year, there’s nothing quite like performing with one of your favorite musicians.
Growing up means different things for everyone – experiencing the effects of aging, becoming less athletic, and possibly becoming extremely jaded about the world around you. For vocalist Brendon Urie, though, he seems to be only getting better with age. Being barely 18 years of age when Panic! At The Disco’s debut album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out became an unexpected breakthrough, Brendon’s successful music career was due to hard work and a supremely gifted vocal range. 5 full-lengths later, he’s a household name. That being said, today is Brendon’s 30th birthday, so what better way to celebrate it than with a live cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”? For the uninitiated, it’ll signal what a gifted talent he is – and that his best music is ahead of him.
Three days ago, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco recently did an interview and tour of his home with Rock Sound Magazine. It was a short video but he was able to show his piano setup, kitchen, treasured Frank Sinatra framed portrait, and recording area where all of the magic happens.