After nearly 20 years and 7 studio albums, ‘Panic! At The Disco’ are hanging up their mics and guitars and heading off into retirement.
Brendon Urie, who is the last remaining original band member, announced that the band will be finishing up at the conclusion of their Europe and UK tour.
He also had exciting personal news to share, that he and partner Sarah are expecting their first child.
Panic! at the Disco have had multiple songs make the Billboard Hot 100, with “High Hopes” reaching number 4 in 2019 and probably their biggest hit “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” coming in at number 7 in 2006.