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Panic at the Disco, four barely legal guys more concerned with making music than impressing anyone with their masculinity, have never seemed very interested in hedging their bets with safe styling or simplified pop songs. We had different moments where weird shit happened. We really are good friends, and there are a lot of bands that hate each other. I've known Ryan since I was five years old, and we used to live down the street from each other, so we would sleep over. They chased Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz online until he gave in and started a record label in order to sign them. But you used to have these whatever, like Jimmy Page and -- Walker: And Robert Plant, fucking hugging each other on the stage -- Smith: Singing into the same microphone. Smith: Me and Ryan just, over the past summer, both recently purchased our first houses. So I can say that I've slept in a twin-sized bed with Ryan Ross -- more than once. We figured we should do something to get in shape, but we hate working out. Did drummer Spencer Smith do more songwriting for this album? Between the two of us, it was about trying to figure out who was going to play which instruments. Then we throw what we call ‘ear candy’ all over the songs in the studio. He was kind enough to invite us over to his house to write some songs for a day. I’ve recently been reading about Tesla coils and I’m trying to figure out how I can get a Tesla coil that sits on the stage and shoots sparks without hurting anybody. Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs is definitely one of our favorite new records. ’ They dealt with self-deprecation, pride, subversion, manipulation, but some good stuff too: self-expression, honesty." alongside bandmate Brendon Urie, and former Panic!at the Disco band members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker.We ended up buying some synths and messing around with them for months before working on the album. Are you still friends with Ryan Ross and Jon Walker? We are super psyched for them and they’re stoked for us. What do you do for fun when you’re not playing music? I sat down with Rob Mathes [who produced 2008’s Pretty.I’m definitely glad to say that, yes, we are still friends. We live close to each other and we’ve hung out a few times — gone to dinner, grabbed some drinks. Friendship was really important to us when we split. When we first moved to California from Las Vegas we got into surfing. Odd and has worked with artists ranging from Jay-Z to Lou Reed to Carly Simon] and he said, ‘If you really want to write then it has to sound like you.’ I took his advice.

Also, warning for other videos, my sound quality isn't that great bc of where I am and the vid quality isn't amazing because I have the i Phone 5c. The tournament starts on December 1 at Albany in the Bahamas.With the band he has played on four studio albums, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005), Pretty. (2008), Vices & Virtues (2011) and Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! The band's debut album went Platinum and charted at No.’s upcoming tour, and the personal meaning of the LP’s title, Vices and Virtues. Probably “Sarah Smiles,” which is about my girlfriend, actually, as sappy as that is. We’ve always wanted to mess around with new ideas, arrangements, and instruments. What was the hardest thing about writing the new album without two of Panic! We had always written with the four of us, so it was a matter of coming out of that comfort zone.When I met her I wrote this song to try and impress her. I played it for her and we’ve been dating ever since. I was able to build up my confidence to write a song and try to woo her. There are synthesizers and keyboards, marimbas, and strings. We haven’t talked about anything specifically, but if we take a break and meet up later that would be cool. [Ryan and Jon] left and we were like, ‘What do we want to do? I kept thinking, ‘What are people going to think about this song? ’ I didn’t think of myself as a lyricist and I was apprehensive about it. at the Disco will release their third album, Vices & Virtues, on March 29, and SPIN caught up with frontman Brandon Urie to chat about the LP — and ask him your questions, which we gathered via SPIN’s Twitter. I was like, ‘Are these the seven deadly sins or something’? We did some research and ‘Vices and Virtues’ popped up.