Liam Payne x Fall Out Boy & Panic! At The Disco Are Victorious In The Aftermath Of The Death Of A Bachelor Tour

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Big Payno remix going to be deemed upon ‘Hold Me Tight Or Don’t’? 1/4 of One Direction and 2/4 of Fall Out Boy, Liam Payne, Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley publicly fraternised backstage no doubt at one of the multiple bills the band counterparts have shared over the festive period. The Save Rock and Roll era in the Young Blood Chronicles gory visual for ‘The Mighty Fall’ featured an alliance of the Chicago cooperation and rapper Big Sean. Although the ‘Strip That Down’ singer is a far fetch from a rapper, he has the artist style to fuse with the ‘Mania’ curators and with Payne being no stranger to sharing a studio, with company in the form of Zedd and the One Direction collection an upcoming Liam Payne x Fall Out Boy could be an immortal prospect.

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Flipping the Fueled By Ramen coin, Brendon Urie is threatening people with a good time in Panic! At The Disco‘s recorded All My Friends We’re Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor tour. Shimmering blazers, a golden coated microphone and skin clinging PU leather trousers and a play this loud & take in the good times from your show message, supporting the 21 strong song set from the heritage cover ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ to a first album compilation and the two outstanding climax’s ‘Girls/Girls/Boys’ plus Too Weird To Live Too Rare To Die veteran ‘This Is Gospel’.

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A sign of acceptance in modern society as a sea of rainbow torchlit hearts compile the Duluth arena as production propaganda screams come out! showcased in ‘Girls/Girls/Boys’. Mitigating displays of how music events are now a haven for cultural and political statements like LGBTQ communities as singer Brendon Urie, Harry Styles and Adele alike wave and immerse themselves in Pride flags proudly.

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No champagne, cocaine or gasoline but a tipple of brandy would suffice before Urie is heading to the heights of ‘This Is Gospel’, ascending to the arena heavens before plummeting back down to stage level for the climatic, glorious and ‘Victorious’ closing.

Watch the live concert footage for the All My Friends We’re Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour by Panic! At The Disco here.

All My Friends We’re Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour

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