gifs: p!atd

i love Brendon! At The Disco:

including the hit albums;
• a crush you can’t tour out
• petty. breakup.
• vices and please god ryan take me back
• too weird to retain its original members, too self-absorbed to break up the band
• death of a boyfriend (ryan this is your last chance i mean it this time)

This Is Gospel (split audio)
Panic! At The Disco (left) & GnuS Cello (right)

Nothing study-related, I’m afraid, but I played around with GnuS wonderful new cover of “This is Gospel” and the original in audacity and thought the result was pretty cool. 

Listen with headphones! 

Left headphone: Panic! At The Disco (Piano Version)
Right headphone: GnuS Cello Cover 

Every time I see a post about how Twenty One Pilots should replace someone in the Emo Trinity I’m like “No. Guys, you’re missing the joke”

If any of them were replaced the original joke of the Emo Trinity is totally lost. (And let’s be honest it’s more of the Classic Emo Trinity)

The Father: Fall Out Boy. Pete Wentz had a record label that allowed him to sign a lot of the bands that were popular around the time emo music was really mainstream. Most of those bands aren’t around anymore for whatever reason.

The Son: Panic! at the Disco. Ryan Ross sent a bunch of annoying messages to Pete plus Panic!’s demo and Pete listened to it and was like “damn this is actually good I need to make a record label so I can sign these guys” 

The Holy Ghost: My Chemical Romance. Not only are they probably the most iconic emo band to have ever released an album the joke started after they broke up. 

Anyway I think people have forgotten that being part of the Emo Trinity isn’t some honor a band or artist earns over time. It was literally a joke that turned into a nickname for those three bands and the joke only works with those three bands

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Panic! at the Disco Lockscreens!

Please like/reblog if you like them.

I’ve got a bit obsessed with their older album oops

background photos are not mine, credit to the owners