Catching Up With Panic! at the Disco
By Noah Michelson
A lot has happened since Panic! at the Disco put out their last album, 2008's Pretty. Odd., most notably the departure of two of the band's founding members, Ryan Ross and Jon Walker, who defected in 2009 to form their own group, The Young Veins. But that didn't stop Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith from carrying on the Panic! legacy and on March 29 they'll release their highly anticipated third studio album, Vices & Virtues.
We caught up with Urie and Smith last week before they played an intimate sold out show at NYC's Bowery Ballroom to chat about the new album, how finding a girlfriend has made Brendon even gayer, and more:
For more on Panic! at the Disco, visit their official website, follow them on Twitter and check out their Facebook page. To download "The Ballad of Mona Lisa," the first single from Vices & Virtues, and to pre-order the album, head to iTunes. To pre-order the album, click here.
-- NOAH MICHELSON
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