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Panic! At The Disco: Music Video History

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 4 December 2018 at 12.24

It's been a meteoric rise for Panic! At The Disco- so this is to help bring you up to speed. 

2018 has been the year of Panic! At The Disco. That's why they're your Artist Of The Year in the Rock Sound Awards! You can pick up your special, commemorative Panic! At The Disco Rock Sound Awards magazine and poster print right now from AWARDS.ROCKSOUND.TV

So while 2018 has been Panic!'s biggest year on record, there's 13 years of history that come before it. This list of every single Panic! At The Disco video ever will bring you up to speed. Starting off with...

'I WRITE SINS NOT TRAGEDIES'
A video that many a Panic fan can describe frame by frame. The original Greatest Showman. 

'BUT IT'S BETTER IF YOU DO'
A love story taking place in the confines of a steamy burlesque club, this was basically the core sound of 'A Fever You Can't Sweat Out' played out in front of us with sensual precision. 

'LYING IS THE MOST FUN A GIRL CAN HAVE WITHOUT TAKING HER CLOTHES OFF'
We all love a good metaphor and this one involving goldfish and love is one of our absolute favourites. 

'BUILD GOD, THEN WE'LL TALK'
There are few bands who could pull off a piece of art this tastefully explicit and low key genius. Yet Panic! At The Disco were always a cut above the rest. 

'NINE IN THE AFTERNOON'
There's a bit of everything going on here. Animal heads! Fake moustaches! Marching bands in pyjamas! Incredibly bright shirts! What a treat for the eyes. 
 

'MAD AS RABBITS'
The 'Pretty. Odd.' sessions were an incredibly colourful and experimental time for the band and having a snapshot of that to the tune of this bizarre ditty is something we will always treasure. 

'THAT GREEN GENTLEMAN'
LOOK AT THEM GO ON THOSE MASSIVE BIKES. WHAT GREAT FUN. 

'NORTHERN DOWNPOUR'
Brilliantly nostalgic and unmistakably heartfelt in every single way. Be still our emo hearts. 

'IT'S ALMOST HALLOWEEN'
A joke that became a legend, the band created a spooky anthem for the ages and a dance routine to match. 

'NEW PERSPECTIVE'
Jennifer's Body was absolutely brilliant wasn't it? Megan Fox eating people for fun and all that. Made all the better with Panic! involved. 

'THE BALLAD OF MONA LISA'
When steampunk gets creepy. From the minute you see Brendon's malicious grin you know that something weird is afoot. 

'READY TO GO'
Paying homage to a plethora of classic film moments, this takes things back to Panic!'s theatric roots in the most playful of manners.

'LET'S KILL TONIGHT'
Has there ever been a more gorgeously shot video documenting life on the road? No. No there hasn't. Thank you, next. 



'MISS JACKSON'
We've all lost our minds in a hotel at least once in our lives, haven't we? HAVEN'T WE?



'THIS IS GOSPEL'
LEAVE BRENDON ALONE. LEAVE HIS HEART ALONE YOU MONSTERS. There's some really big love metaphors in here too. Well done all involved. 


'GIRLS/GIRLS/BOYS'
Easily the sauciest thing that the band have done in absolutely years. We're all a bit hot under the collar right now. 


'THIS IS GOSPEL' (PIANO VERSION)
Though not exactly a proper music video, we just had to include this for being so absolutely gorgeous in every single way.


'HALLELUJAH'
Honestly, if you're gonna pray, praying to Brendon Urie seems as good as any diety.



'EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES'
Some of the best make up we have ever seen and one of the creepiest performances that Brendon has ever put in. 


'VICTORIOUS'
Showing the glorious highs and crushing lows that come with life in one of the most fun ways possible, this is more proof that Brendon Urie can do anything. 


'DEATH OF A BACHELOR'
Channelling Frank Sinatra like no-one else can, this big band banger got the seductive and classy video that it deserved. 



'DON'T THREATEN ME WITH A GOOD TIME'
Out of all the things that you thought would happen at the start of this wonderfully filmed video, bet you never expected that to happen. Be careful out there. 



'LA DEVOTEE'
The 'Death Of A Bachelor' era was properly weird wasn't it? Such happy songs, such nightmarish videos. 



'SAY AMEN (SATURDAY NIGHT)'
Blood, violence and ninja moves straight out of the movies and Brendon still looks suave as hell. A professional. 



'HEY LOOK MA, I MADE IT'
Genuinely, where can we get a Brendon puppet? It would look absolutely perfect sitting above our fireplace, watching over us. 



'HIGH HOPES'
Now confirmed as Panic!'s biggest selling single ever, the sentiment of this gravity defying video goes even deeper than ever before. 

Commemorative Panic! At The Disco Rock Sound Awards covers are available right now from AWARDS.ROCKSOUND.TV

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