Watch A Drunk Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco Tell The History Of Fall Out Boy
Written by Nastassia Baroni on 29th December, 2014
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US pop punk rockers and upcoming Soundwave visitors Fall Out Boy have released their very own Drunk History, starring a charmingly intoxicated Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco as the narrator who takes the audience through the genesis of the band all while the members of Fall Out Boy reenact his inebriated version of events.
In almost nine minutes of pure entertainment, Urie retells the many events that led to the formation and rise of the band we now know as Fall Out Boy, including spot on impressions of vocalist Patrick Stump and references to Pete Wentz’ penchant for makeup.
Urie was helped along by the band who donned wigs and drawn-on sideburns, to reenact the scenes he was narrating. He was also no doubt aided by the shots of Coldcock whiskey, Jameson, and Glenlivet scotch he consumed, as well as “numerous beers” and a vodka Red Bull donated by FOB guitarist Joe Trohman.
Fall Out Boy’s sixth studio album, American Beauty/American Psycho is due out in January 2015, in time for their appearance at Soundwave Festival. In the meantime though, brush up on your FOB history as told by a Brendon Urie via the video below.
Drunk History: Fall Out Boy featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco