Panic! At The Disco have covered one of Weezer’s classic tracks
Panic! At The Disco and Weezer, despite having totally different sounds have quite a lot in common. Both bands have constantly shifted up their sounds, maintaining a strong integrity and rising to the top ranks of pop and rock in the making.
Panic! and Weezer toured together in 2016 and Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo even helped write Panic!’s epic track ‘Victorious’ off Death Of A Bachelor – there’s clearly some mutual respect going between the two parties.
Now, Panic! have performed a sultry acoustic cover of one of Weezer’s most well-known tracks ‘Say It Ain’t So’ for SiriusXM – the track is pretty much a staple in any modern rock fans playlist. The track featured on the band’s seminal 1994 self-titled effort (sometimes referred to as The Blue Album) and has gone on to influence a generation of pop rockers.
Check out the epic cover below:
Watch Panic! At The Disco cover Weezer’s ‘Say It Ain’t So’:
Panic! At The Disco have just kicked off their Pray For The Wicked tour, and have just launched their very own human rights organisation called the Highest Hopes foundation which seeks to give support to underprivileged communities.
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