After the release of Panic’s fourth album in 2013, drummer Spencer Smith exited the band to deal with addiction to alcohol and prescription pills. Like his fellow Las Vegas showman-cum-frontman, The Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Urie was raised a Mormon.
He was following in the steps of the band’s two other original members. To lose one founding member is unfortunate – but to lose three-quarters of them? ” laughs someone who certainly seems to radiate bonhomie (and good personal hygiene). Unlike Flowers, Urie left the faith as soon as he felt able.
It speaks of one change in the 28-year-old’s personal circumstances – three years ago he married Sarah Orzechowski, an aesthetician (a skincare specialist) from Detroit.
The album is the cheerful sound of an extrovert man growing, a bit, into adult responsibility while looking back fondly on his single years.
Against expectation, it works, which is one benefit of growing up in Las Vegas and being steeped in its entertainment history.
Urie wears his passion for Old Blue Eyes on his sleeve: he has a giant tattoo of Sinatra’s face on his left forearm. As I got older I found a deeper appreciation for him as a vocalist.
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Along with his band, Brendon released the debut album titled A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out on September 27, 2005 via record label Decaydance / Fueled by Ramen.
The album got the certification of Platinum in Australia, UK, and USA. In 2006, Brendon appeared in a short musical movie Panic at the Disco-Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off for his role as a lead vocalist.
at the Disco, the band he and three childhood friends formed in 2004.
There was always too much exuberance and, well, pre-game and post-show fun.