Very first there were four, then they turned 3 and lastly just one. Now it truly is time to say a closing farewell to artwork pop-rock Worry! at the Disco.
Brendon Urie, the only musician left from the initial group, announced on the band’s Instagram site Tuesday that Panic! at the Disco “will be no much more.”
Urie, 35, shared that he and his spouse, Sarah, are anticipating a child and that he plans to concentration on his spouse and children. “The prospect of staying a father and acquiring to watch my spouse turn into a mom is both of those humbling and interesting. I look ahead to this subsequent experience,” he wrote.
The band had 15 music in the Billboard Warm 100, with two Prime 10 hits in “High Hopes” in 2019 and “I Publish Sins Not Tragedies” in 2006. They scored two No. 1 albums with “Demise of a Bachelor” in 2016 — also earning a Grammy nomination for best rock album — and “Pray For the Wicked” in 2018.
“Whether you’ve been listed here because the starting or are just finding us, it has been a satisfaction to not only share the stage with so several talented persons but also share our time with you,” Urie wrote.
The band was shaped in 2004 by Urie and childhood good friends guitarist Ryan Ross, drummer Spencer Smith and bassist Brent Wilson though they were even now young adults. Other users have been bassist Jon Walker and multi-instrumentalist Dallon Weekes.
Even as he carried the banner of the band by itself in latter yrs, Urie found other resourceful retailers, like dueting with Taylor Swift on “ME!” and generating his Broadway phase debut in “Kinky Boots” in 2017, later on writing songs for the show “SpongeBob SquarePants.”