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Panic! at the Disco Richie T |
01/22/2014 | Filed In: Panic at the Disco | Richie T |

Panic! at the Disco
Panic! at the Disco Listen to the Interview Here Richie: Lets talk about the show tonight and how has everything been going with the new album and the tour? Brendon Urie and Dallon Weekes: It’s great we got a new stage set up its going to be awesome. It’s great because were playing the news songs and it’s always great see the crowd react to that, but there are not a lot of moments where you can rest it’s just song back to back to back and its pretty fun. Richie: I heard that the last track on your new album is your vows to your wife is that right? Brendon Urie and Dallon Weekes: Uh, kind of. Actually we wrote private vows to each other. We didn’t want to do it publicly at the wedding we just kind of wanted a big party with everybody. And when I told her that she said well we’ll just do private vows and I said before we even discus that I just wanted to write a song for just how greatful I was to have met her and be with her. For this first time in my life I felt changed and I could talked about past experiences without guilt, I was kind of a different guy. It’s a pretty simple song too like there are now SAT words on it. It was a really nice moment out of nowhere out of left field and it’s the only on the record that does that. Richie: One of the things I love about Panic at the Disco are some of the tracks that never make the radio, I just love some of those gems like “Sarah Smiles”. Brendon Urie and Dallon Weekes: I think the same way too though like some of our favorite songs are songs that weren’t singles like the deep cuts, I think really music lovers really appreciate the stuff that most people wouldn’t know about. That’s where you really find out about the artist you kind of learn a little bit more. You keep hearing that album format is dead you know people don’t buy albums or listen to albums any more and that’s a real shame to me because to hear a completed piece of art by and artist is still special to me and important. Listen to the Interview Here READ MORE | COMMENTS

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