Panic! at the Disco Is No More: ‘Sometimes a Journey Will have to End’

Stress! at the Disco is no far more, as frontman Brendan Urie introduced Tuesday the band will stop just after an impending tour.

Childhood friends Urie, Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith and Brent Wilson established the band in Las Vegas in 2004. They were signed to a file offer by Drop Out Boy’s Pete Wentz in advance of taking part in any live demonstrates, but went on to launch their smash strike debut album A Fever You Can not Sweat Out in 2005 (which showcased the strike solitary I Produce Sins Not Tragedies).

As Urie and his spouse hope their to start with youngster, the band will conclusion right after an impending European tour which winds up in Manchester, England, on March 10. Apart from it is almost certainly extra accurate to say Urie is retiring the identify — with a sound that evolved from pop-punk to anything a lot more theatrical, Panic! At the Disco has effectively been a 1-gentleman procedure for Urie considering the fact that the 2016 album Demise of a Bachelor.

“In some cases a journey will have to conclude for a new a single to start out,” Urie said on Instagram. “The prospect of being a father and acquiring to enjoy my spouse come to be a mother is both of those humbling and remarkable. I seem ahead to this up coming experience … That mentioned, I am likely to bring this chapter of my daily life to an conclusion and put my aim and energy on my household, and with that Panic! At The Disco will be no additional.”