okatu:

pie eating contest?

nah son free pie

warpedbyparamore:

Stay The Night Live (x)

Title: UnknownDemo 2013
Artist: UnknownTwenty One Pilots
Album: Unknown
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itmeanshello:

demo - twenty one pilots

this is just a demo of something they’ve been working on for the new album. the video is here if you want to watch it.

theydontsoundlikeme:

Panic! at the Disco performing on the Save Rock & Roll Tour in Broomfield, CO, 9/18/13. Photo credit to Rachael Kaye.

margaerystyrells:

ldaho:

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EVERYTHING IS HARRY POTTER

vaudevillaindallon:

breezyweekes: Throwback Thursday Amelie and her daddy Dallon Weekes reading a story

quixon:

heldersangel:

I just howled

I cannot explain the sound I just made. The fucking music killed me

panic! means so much to me and they are still an insanely inspirational and talented band and no they’re not going anywhere anytime soon and that makes me so happy jfc

with 1 note - reblog

butyourenotbrendonurie:

Dallon getting ready to go on stage(x)

And then there was one. Ten years down the line and Panic! at the Disco are still going strong - But while Spencer Smith takes some time out to battle his addictions, only Brendon is alone as the only remaining founding member of Panic! at the Disco. But by definition, doesn’t that make Panic! in 2014 a solo project? “I can see why people say that at the present” he states thoughtfully. “We’re definitely looked at differently right now but I’m not a lone wolf who tells everone to fuck off; I still value other opinions creatively and collaborate. I guess with this album, since I worked on it so much and everything was so personal to me, that to be the face of it makes sense, as it is my story and my perspective. But my assessment of Panic! is that WE can always change and WE can do better” he adds. “I never feel fully satisfied; I’m happy with how the album came out but I know we can do different and better.” Last year’s Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! was a pure expression of Urie’s experience, influence and creativity, and the fourth album added another eclectic chapter to the band’s almost bizarre discography. Lurching from dancefloor emo pop to Beatlemania to chart rock and now dipping tones in the hipster river of pulsating indie-rock and swirling electronica, at least Panic! have not bored us in these last few years. “I’ve always considered the band pretty diverse,” he says laughing. —Brendon Urie on Panic! at the Disco; Rock Sound June 2014

tyrannosauruseric:

y’all have all seen brendon’s mouth you can’t tell me he has not sucked a dick in his day 

yzma:

she’s turning 30 this year

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