Panic! At The Disco broke on to the punk scene and set the 2000s on fire in a good way. It’s lead singer Brendon Urie has one of the most unique voices that lends itself to plenty of genres. He has also dropped a ton of knowledge along the way which is why we decided to list these 15 Awesome Brendon Urie Quotes.
Urie and his band have come quite a long way but have the loyal fanbase to show that they have done it the right way.
One of the most ambitious ventures for Panic! At The Disco and Urie was covering the Queen classic, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Not only did Urie and the band do the classic justice, they completed smashed a live performance of it.
We invite you to check out our 15 Awesome Brendon Urie Quotes below to celebrate the incredible voice.
15 Awesome Brendon Urie Quotes
“Music is always a healer. Music has never let me down. I know it’s my religion. There’s the idea that you can’t truly know happiness until you know sadness, so how can you heal yourself unless you’ve hurt yourself? I’m still figuring out who I am, but I know that I’m not who I was.”
“I don’t have any pets, so I get to walk around the house naked. So I’m more free.”
“There’s actually a song called ‘Vegas Lights,’ which I wanted to be an anthem for Vegas, that represented how I felt when I went to the clubs. I felt this weird energy where everybody was having a good time, and it didn’t matter. Dancing like nobody’s watching. It was kind of beautiful.”
“You don’t have to be angry, you don’t have to be too cool for school. You can just have a good time and dance like no one’s watching. Just enjoy life.”
“When I wrote a song, it would have to be from something I was really excited about, or a melody that’s been haunting me for weeks, or a message I wanted to convey lyrically. So it would have to start from something I felt very strongly about.”
“I like surprising myself. I don’t want to do the norm, do what I’m always known to do, write how I like to write.”
“Heartbreak is the best motivation.”
“We’re just like you. Were not these older idols, you know, were just kids like you guys.”
“It’s cool to be different and just be who you are and shock people in a good way.”
“It’s ignorant! The stereotype is guys that are weak and have failing relationships write
about how sad they are. If you listen to our songs, not one of them has that tone. Emo is bullshit! If people want to take it for the literal sense of the word, then yes, we’re an emotional band, we put a lot of thought into what we do. People always try to stereotype us, but we don’t fit the emo stereotype.”
“Could I imagine being a piano? That’d be awesome. I’d throw a D-minor at you to make you sad, then an F-major to make you happy!”
“With an older generation, there’s some weight carried with the Beatles. There’s almost like an untouchable, god-like force field around them.”
“We’re weird guys. I don’t know if a lot of people get our humor. A lot of people probably think we’re jerks. We’re real sarcastic. Really ironic and stuff. We mean well, but we joke around probably a lot more than we should.”
“I have my mother’s hips…I have an apple bottom.”
“Luckily, my wife is amazing. She’s one of the few people in my life I’m completely honest with. I’ve told her everything about my past. She knows me inside and out. There’s no secrets at all.”