The Top 10 Panic! At the Disco Songs to entice fans into the band's breakup

The Top 10 Panic! At the Disco Songs to entice fans into the band's breakup ...

Panic! At the Disco's 2023 release date was announced by Brendon Urie, who decided it was time to do other things.

After the ludicrous release of Viva Las Vengeance, many disappointed fans said good bye, but there will be those who will miss this band's existence. They released many albums throughout the years, and it will be sad to see another emo icon split.

Here is a list of songs worth revisiting to remember the times when the band has given us incredible music.

The SpongeBob Musical's 10."(Just a) Simple Sponge"

Urie wrote the song "(Just a) Simple Sponge" for the The SpongeBob Musical. Sure, he didn't perform it, but it was cool that he and other rock legends were asked to compose songs for the Broadway adaptation. It might not have the qualities of other Panic! At the Disco songs, but it is worthwhile.

Frozen 2's "Into the Unknown" has been dubbed "Into the Unknown."

Panic! At The Disco was able to perform an official cover for Frozen 2's "Into the Unknown." It had the same melody as the original, yet Urie added his distinctive vocal flair to his performance. The best part is that he has the vocal range to reach the song's highest notes slowly, then break their hearts when they learn that Panic! At the Disco has come to an end.

Taylor Swift's 8 "ME!"

Panic! At The Disco was able to perform with Taylor Swift in her 2019 single, "ME!" He was also a featured artist for the song, and the video has received over 400 million views. It was cool to also see Swift perform alongside Urie.


"Victorious" was regarded as one of Panic! At the Disco's greatest hits. Released in 2015 as the single from their second album single album, Death of a Bachelor, the music video depicts a boxer who must deal with a broken up after winning a fight.

6."High Hopes"

"High Hopes" has been praised for its upbeat tone and use of brass instruments in a pop song. It's uplifting, positive, and energetic, and it's the most streamed song the band has ever released.

5."Emperor's New Clothes"

The music video for "Emperor's New Clothes" is a visual representation of the idea that Panic! At the Disco walked so Lil Nas X can run. This music video shocked fans. It started with pieces from "This is Gospel" and progressed to the horror-esqe visual of Brendan Urie slowly turning into the Devil. It's cinematic and dramatic, yet you find yourself re-watching the video just to see how this person slowly changes in each cut

4.Mona Lisa's Ballad

The Mona Lisa Ballad was composed before he saw the iconic painting in person in France. Were the people who saw it in person? The song is catchy and worth rewatching.

3."Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)"

"Ready To Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)" is a high-energy song with catchy and memorable lyrics that you will be singing until this day. For those who have kids, this song was the end credits for the 2011 film The Smurfs.

“This Is Gospel,” says one man.

“This is Gospel” is one of Panic! At the Disco's most popular songs. Perhaps this is something fans should listen to if they aren't over the breakup announcement. Spencer, the song was written by Urie on his friend's alcohol and drug addiction. He shared it with his former bandmate, who appreciated him for writing it.

“I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” says one.

It's not a Panic! At the Disco listicle without mentioning this song. "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" is a timeless classic that made the film. The bride's affair is explained in the music video in 2022.

Panic! At the Disco will be remembered for its catchy, energetic music, and engaging song titles, as well as their performances. Although it is sad to see the band give its last performance, their songs will always be timeless, especially the earlier ones that remain on every emo playlist in existence. Hopefully, they'll continue to work on a reunion tour for all of the remaining emos out there.