Panic! At The Disco are to break up following their current tour.
The official announcement was made by frontman Brendon Urie on the band’s official Instagram page. He revealed that he and his wife are expecting a new baby and that he would be focusing on family, and that “Panic! At The Disco will be no more”.
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The band first emerged as a four-piece back in 2004, formed by school friends Urie, Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith and Brent Wilson.
Whilst the band line-up has changed numerous times over the years, Brendan has remained lead singer, with Panic! At The Disco becoming more of a solo project for the frontman in recent years.
The pop rockers will now call it quits after seven studio albums, their latest being 2022s ‘Viva Last Vengeance’.
Some of their biggest hits include 2018s ‘High Hopes’, 2008s ‘Nine In The Afternoon’ and 2006s ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’.
Panic! At The Disco will be bringing their final tour to UK arenas this spring, where they will play their final show in Manchester – full details below:
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 03 March
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 04
London The O2, 06
London The O2, 07
Manchester AO Arena, 10
The Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum band will be joined by special guest Fletcher across all dates.
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