Needless to say, it's still subject to much conjecture and speculation. And so, when fans deciphered that both Brendon and Ryan were attending Adam Levine's Halloween party, shit got real.
at The Disco frontman Brendon Urie sat down with Pride Source this week to discuss a number of things -- including those gay rumors that have followed the singer since the early days of Panic!
We ended up buying some synths and messing around with them for months before working on the album. Are you still friends with Ryan Ross and Jon Walker? We are super psyched for them and they’re stoked for us. What do you do for fun when you’re not playing music? I sat down with Rob Mathes [who produced 2008’s Pretty.
I’m definitely glad to say that, yes, we are still friends. We live close to each other and we’ve hung out a few times — gone to dinner, grabbed some drinks. Friendship was really important to us when we split. When we first moved to California from Las Vegas we got into surfing. Odd and has worked with artists ranging from Jay-Z to Lou Reed to Carly Simon] and he said, ‘If you really want to write then it has to sound like you.’ I took his advice.
Since their epic onstage reunion at the 2013 MTV VMAs and JC’s 40th birthday, the guys have been doing their own thing, until today!
Justin, JC, Joey, Lance and Chris got together to celebrate their new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and as if the day couldn’t get any better, JC reminds us that tomorrow it’s gonna be MAY.
This is like my best recollection of parties that I’ve been do.”Brendon also reveals that one of his favorite tracks on the upcoming album is called “LA Devotee.” “It’s a love song about L. I’ve been here for almost seven years now and it’s so cool to think about how far I’ve come as an individual and as an artist,” he explains. at the Disco will release their third album, Vices & Virtues, on March 29, and SPIN caught up with frontman Brandon Urie to chat about the LP — and ask him your questions, which we gathered via SPIN’s Twitter. I was like, ‘Are these the seven deadly sins or something’? We did some research and ‘Vices and Virtues’ popped up.Here, Urie talks about the band’s creative process following the departure of founding members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker (who formed the Young Veins), Panic! Though they’re familiar to our first and second records, these new songs couldn’t fit on those two records. Aristotle has this Biblical list that’s tied in with themes of human behavior that we’ve been noticing in ourselves. It’s about our changes in self-esteem and the changes of growing up.When we showed up he was incredibly nice, like, ‘Hey guys, come right in.’ He’s a really quiet talker; I’m very loud and expressive. play theatrical live shows like those for A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out? We're sure we don't need to educate you on the events that led Ryan Ross, the band's primary songwriter in the early years, and John Walker, to leave the band in 2009.Brendon sings, "Girls love girls and boys/ And never did I think that I could be caught in the way you got me/ But girls love girls and boys/ And love is not a choice.""Girls do love girls and boys," Urie told NPR.