Panic! on the Disco, the emo-pop band that started in 2004, is ending its run after seven albums and almost 20 years.
Brendon Urie, the band’s frontman and final remaining unique member, made the announcement on Instagram Tuesday. The put up mentioned the band’s upcoming European tour for the 2022 album Viva Las Vengeance will likely be its final.
“Rising up in Vegas I may’ve by no means imagined the place this life would take me,” Urie wrote. “However generally a journey should finish for a brand new one to start.”
Within the put up, he additionally introduced that his spouse is pregnant with their first youngster.
“I’m going to carry this chapter of my life to an finish and put my focus and vitality on my household,” Urie wrote.
By the point Urie made this announcement, Panic! on the Disco had been a solo undertaking for years. The final album with all the band’s unique members was Too Bizarre to Stay, Too Uncommon to Die! in 2013.
Greater than a dozen of Panic! on the Disco’s songs have made the Billboard Sizzling 100 songs, with two — “Excessive Hopes” at No. 4 in 2019 and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” at No. 7 in 2006 — making it into the highest 10.