Ten years ago a little band called Panic! At The Disco gave us their iconic first album, A Fever You Can' Sweat Out. If you're anything like us, you have every lyric and video tattooed on the inside of your brain and are ready to bust out any information at a moment's notice.
Brendon has written on our glorious decade together and he is feeling just as emotional about it as we are.
I've been using Panic! At The Disco as a creative catalyst for over 10 years now. That fact seems so bizarre and yet so fitting. It’s such a part of me that I can’t picture what my life would’ve been like without this amazing journey so far.Making “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” was the album of “firsts” for me. First time I played a real part in a band. First time I lived away from home for longer than a few days. First time in a recording studio. First time writing and recording a full album. First time being the singer of a band.Even after 10 years, it doesn’t seem so far away.Brendon Urie
*heart eyes emoji*
But, thinking back on what 10 years of Panic! means, you can't help but obsess over the good times.
1) We've had 10 years of Brendon's incredible moves.
2) 10 years of this incredible inter-pop-punk band friendship.
3) A recorded history of Brendon's incredible glo up (zayuuuum zaddyyy)
4) 10 years of song titles like this:
5) And 10 years of lyrics like this: