Video: Panic! At The Disco – “This is Gospel”

Panic! At The Disco are back and still a thing and releasing second singles (the first being “Miss Jackson”) from an album (Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!) that I’ve never heard of that is a followup to another CD (Vices & Virtues) from 2011 that I also never heard of…

In the “This is Gospel” video, lead vaudeville enthusiast Brendon Urie predictably yells at things. Said things being orderlies and the yelling mainly consisting of the line “If you love me, let me go.” Sad.

Him and Pete Wentz are one cross, a wig and a few sedatives from being Hayley Williams and Taylor Momsen anyway, so why not just listen to Paramore or The Pretty Reckless? Oh right, nostalgia…
Brendon Urie this is gospel hospital
It’s just that after I drove all the way to Seattle to see them and Fall Out Boy and they cancelled I thought I was over it. Then I bought tickets for my friend’s birthday a year later for way, way too much (you don’t want to know) because it was sold out and they changed the venue and released new tickets for like $30 and I decided, yeah, this is fun but I’m definitely over it. #PanicPhase 

(You better not have a problem with me blaming them forever for something that was out of their hands.)

2 thoughts on “Video: Panic! At The Disco – “This is Gospel”

  1. I don’t know if I should keep this a secret or not but I have always loved Panic at the disco from the beginning. I loved how Different each album was from the next. :) yup.

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