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The black-and-white video that's directed by Kai Regan centers on frontman Brendan Urie who gets emotional as he sings about the toxic love relationship he has with his special lady.
Hundreds of the music group's dancing fans caused the floors at Atlanta's century-old building to buckle.
The Las Vegas-based rock band announces that their 'celebratory and cathartic' new album, 'Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die', will arrive on October 8.
Captured by his audience, Brendon Urie's ankle was swelling like the size of a softball after he climbed back onto the stage.
Brendon Urie time travels to the past with Spencer Smith, rocking pompadour hairstyle in this Shane Drake-directed video.
The short film is directed by Shane Drake and seemingly revolves around the journey the band have been going through after the departure of Ryan Ross and Jon Walker.
Duo Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith appear in the Shane Drake-directed music video as ghosts.
Nearing the end, the arousing sneak peek features Brendon Urie sporting black eye and smirking to the camera.
The music video is worked on by 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' director Shane Drake and will make its way out sometime soon.