Close the God-damned door!
It’s been twelve years since the band’s debut album — meaning that frontman (and now sole band member) Brendon Urie has been validating teenage angst and catalysing sexual awakenings for more than a decade.
Perhaps most integrally, the soap-operatic ‘I Write Sins, Not Tragedies’ gave us one of the most important lyrics of recent history — “and I chime in with/haven’t you people even heard of closing the Goddamn door, no?”
While it’s undoubtedly time to break out your Jay Jays skinny jeans, paint your nails and straighten your jet-black fringe, the tour won’t be a complete nostalgia trip. The tour’s off the back of Pray For The Wicked, PATD’s upcoming sixth album, so expect to hear a couple of newer tracks among the favourites from your try-hard emo days.
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