Clutching clucking chickens, cascading consequences and casually costly clothes. Panic! At The Disco and Harry Styles have been battling the elements in entirely divergent entities, with the Las Vegas wonders waging the water filled fountains on the Bellagio boulevard and the solo ‘Sign Of The Times’ singer getting to grips with the grey sky settings of bustling London, for a Gucci garment campaign to contribute to their artistic attainments. Sinfully…View Post
Panic! At The Disco
A collation of blog posts surrounding band Panic! At The Disco.
High hopes, high notes and high horns. Panic! At The Disco’s Welsh Biggest Weekend wonder, Live Lounge sequel, packed Pray For The Wicked sold out signing and audio album listening lig cynosured a US intrinsic unit’s transatlantic trail to a 5 day UK residency, readying the release of the religiously rooted record Pray For The Wicked. “I pray that my family stays safe while I’m on the road trying to…View Post
Opening up to optimism on the other hand closing up to falseness. Panic! At The Disco and ZAYN dropped new completely contrasting singles ‘High Hopes’, a bashful, bold and brass crusade of utter fanaticism following ‘Entertainer’, exposing an evaluation of foreseeing truth amongst a forage of fetching fibs. “I spent too long not setting my expectations high enough, worried about how it felt to fail. I hit a point where…View Post
Swearing slurs, bemusing behaviours and pop-punk family reunions. Panic! At The Disco dazzled and delivered a borderline contentious act of uncontrollable crowd interactions and candid discussion admitting actions, with a blazing display of illustrious instrumentals and charismatic dispositions at Alternative radio KROQ’s annual Weenie Roast Festival. Backstage at the StubHub Centre in Carson California, a congregation of pop-punk supremacy sent social media into a state of reminiscent satisfaction. A snap…View Post
Golf buggies, gold microphones and generous flower gifting beside a bombardment of backflips, bar trips and bold hits. Panic! At The Disco’s‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ measured up to be a melodramatic sequence of stunts, swedges and scraps synonymous to its sought out super altercation saga, bearing an aptness afterthought of sinners praying for the fighters who fought and fell at the feet of the opposed wondrously wicked Brendon Urie. Collecting…View Post