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Panic! At The Disco covers The Weeknd & Daft Punk

Written by LNTV Germany / Photography by Lyle A. Waisman, One Nation / January 09, 2017

Panic! At The Disco can do anything when it comes to music. Frank Sinatra? Nailed it. "Bohemian Rhapsody"? Nailed it. But beyond lead singer Brendon’s incredible ability to breathe new life into every classic song you’ve ever loved, he also has a bit of R&B in his veins. During their amazing Live Lounge BBC 1 session, the band took to covering The Weeknd & Daft Punk's “Starboy.” Watch the video of the gorgeous performance below!

While Brendon’s vocals can pretty much capture any song, the “Starboy” venture is interesting for a band who rose to prominence alongside alternative rock bands like Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance. But let’s be real here, we would listen to Brendon sing the ABC’s and still be impressed. While other rock-leaning bands have stuck to their roots, Brendon has explored all ventures of vocal capability on Panic!’s most recent album Death of A Bachelor which was released back in January. Boasting singles like “Emperor’s New Clothes,” “Victorious,” “LA Devotee,” and finally the title track “Death of a Bachelor,” the album is easily Panic’s best effort since their debut and historic album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out released over a decade ago.

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