Panic! at the Disco

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Panic! at the Disco review – ballads, backflips and big-top emotion
Velveteen-voiced showman Brendon Urie’s joyful, muscular maximalism is a tonic for our times

Graeme Virtue

25, Mar, 2019 @12:46 PM

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Reading and Leeds festival review – glittery GCSE blowout has most diverse lineup yet
From Dua Lipa’s choreographed pop to Kendrick Lamar’s rap blitzkreig, R&L expanded beyond the indie faithful – but Sex on Fire still got the biggest singalong

Dave Simpson

27, Aug, 2018 @12:02 PM

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Panic! at the Disco: Pray for the Wicked review – a parade of emo-pop pizzazz
Now comprised of sole member Brendon Urie, PATD’s new album sounds very much like a musical on the theme of the trials of success

Rachel Aroesti

22, Jun, 2018 @8:30 AM

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Brendon Urie: ‘Everybody wanted out from Panic! at the Disco’
As the only remaining member of the band, the singer no longer has to compromise – whether that’s about making music or being naked

Peter Robinson

28, Jul, 2016 @10:24 AM

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Panic! at the Disco: Death of a Bachelor review – hollow and shapeless
Brendon Urie has lost two band members – and his operatic pop-punk is now a hollow affair

Paul Mardles

17, Jan, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Panic! at the Disco: Death of a Bachelor review – wide-eyed, slickly produced gusto
Brendon Urie’s powerful, screechy vocals are wielded like a hammer in songs about a disillusioned charmer

Tshepo Mokoena

14, Jan, 2016 @10:15 PM

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Panic! at the Disco review – emo pop for a teen rebellion
Brendon Urie’s slick act carries enough commitment to edge it away from corniness

Mark Beaumont

13, Jan, 2016 @1:43 PM

Panic! at the Disco: Vices & Virtues – review
What happens when you lose your main songwriter? You're not as good. By Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

24, Mar, 2011 @10:20 PM

The guidelines: random notes from pop culture

This week: nonsensical pop lyrics rejigged by Jon Blyth

Jon Blyth

14, Aug, 2009 @11:01 PM

Dave Simpson meets Panic at the Disco

Once the darlings of gloomy emo teens, Panic at the Disco have discovered the joys of 60s rock, love songs and 'orchestral' numbers. Dave Simpson finds out what cheered them up

Dave Simpson

19, Jun, 2008 @11:14 PM

Panic At the Disco, University, Leeds

University, Leeds

Dave Simpson

19, Mar, 2008 @12:11 AM

Rock and pop preview

Jesus & Mary Chain, London | Panic At The Disco, on tour | Foals, on tour

John Robinson

08, Mar, 2008 @12:09 AM

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