Panic! at the Disco
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|Panic! at the Disco|
Playing live in 2018
|Alias||Panic at the Disco
(Without the exclamation point)
|Origin||Las Vegas, NV|
|Years active||2004–2015 (as a band)
2015–present (as a solo project)
|Genre(s)||Pop rock, Emo, pop punk|
Fueled by Ramen
Panic! at the Disco (abbreviated P!ATD)is the solo project (and former ensemble-based band) of Brendon Urie. Urie cites Weezer as a major influence , and has said that he learned percussion from playing along to The Blue Album. Weezer and P!ATD co-headlined most of the White Album Tour. In 2018, Urie performed a cover of "Say It Ain't So" for Sirius XM radio . Urie and Rivers Cuomo wrote a song together during the Everything Will Be Alright in the End era, reportedly intended for Panic! at the Disco and not Weezer, called "Freckles." Cuomo also contributed to the songwriting for "Victorious," a P!ATD single from 2015.