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Panic! At The Disco Acoustic Billboard Session Reviewed

Brendon in the “This Is Gospel” Vid

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We all know how much I completely adore Panic! At The Disco, and the new lineup of members.  However, I came across their acoustic billboard performance and actually legitimately cried and it completely took me by surprise.  For a good reason, though.  They’re the most talented band pretty much ever, and they keep getting better and better.

“Miss Jackson” live and acoustic?  Chills.  The acoustic bass Dallon is playing is so well tuned and has a perfect sound and is just stunning.  Brendon’s voice is the best I’ve ever heard.  ever.  Hands down.  He could sing on broadway, and could sing any genre, and could do anything.  He has a perfect range and can push it so much further than any other vocalist out there.  I can’t think of one other singer who even comes close to his pure musicianship.

The way that his voice has that gravelly grit to it not only makes fangirls squeal but makes other vocalists jealous.  It’s gorgeous and has a tone that completely separates him from anyone else.  There is literally not a word in our language to express the true beauty of his voice.

The harmony is ridiculous, especially on “This Is Gospel”.  It’s already such a harmony-heavy song regardless, but it’s so accentuated and I love it.  They’re all so tight together and it fits so well, and is clearly extremely rehearsed.  It’s so polished and addicting, and the deeper register of Brendon’s voice takes over and when it hits the chorus, the three of them harmonizing is absolutely stunning.  I had chills.  I’ve never really experienced something that perfect in a live performance with any band, and I am completely taken aback.

For the love of everything that exists, just experience it.

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