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Brendon Urie Confesses Sins In Panic! At The Disco's Hallelujah

Whitney Alexis | PopWrapped Author

Whitney Alexis

07/11/2015 12:12 am
PopWrapped | Music
Brendon Urie Confesses Sins In Panic! At The Disco's Hallelujah | Brendon Urie
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Ladies and gentlemen, Panic! At The Disco's new video "Hallelujah".

If you're not singing out hallelujah and swooning over Panic! frontman Brendon Urie, you should watch the video again.

Religion, sins, love and tragedies are nothing new to the pop-punk band... Remember "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"? It's practically a classic.

This time around Panic! takes a more churchy approach as Urie plays both a preacher and a sinner whose dialogue is had through the lyrics of the song and visuals offered in the video.

Brie broke down the video for, saying:

I’m playing the sinner, and I’m playing the priest. As the priest, I’m trying to convince myself that it’s all okay, that I’ll absolve you of your sins and try to comfort you, and the sinner just isn’t having it. In the sinner’s mind, there’s this puzzle going on — I’m chasing this girl through this story that I’ve woven for myself and I can’t seem to break the puzzle. I’m trying to defeat it in order to have some kind of catharsis.

According to the internet, that puzzle he's talking about looks a lot like the Monument Valley game.

We're hoping this video means there's more in store for Panic! At The Disco, like possibly some new music? *hint, hint*


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