Brendon Urie time travels to the past with Spencer Smith, rocking pompadour hairstyle in this Shane Drake-directed video.
Panic At the Disco's "Ready to Go" music video has just been debuted. It follows Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith popping up in three different places which seem to be several years back in the past. They are jamming in a 50s-inspired set among other vintage-themed scenes.
"Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)" is lifted from the duo's latest studio album "Vices & Virtues" which peaked at No. 7 on Billboard Hot 200 since making its way out in the U.S. in March. It's the second single to follow up the lead track "The Ballad of Mona Lisa".
Panic At the Disco once again worked with director Shane Drake for the music video. "Shane is just so awesome to work with, he is unlike any director we've known. He really pushes us to come up with some crazy ideas and try to work it in with whatever budget we have," Urie once said of reuniting with their longtime collaborator.
Panic At the Disco's "Ready to Go" music video