Brendon Urie has opened up about the first Panic! At The Disco split, where he shared that the departure of two of its members had a very huge impact on him, both physically and mentally.

In the third episode of Neighbourhood Of Good, Urie's partnership with State Farm, has shown him discussing what effects Ryan Ross and Jon Walker's departure from the group had on him.

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Speaking of the Walker and Ross' decisions to leave the group, Urie shared he was "very depressed."

He also continued on by saying that one of his mentors gave him a piece of advice, telling Urie that he needed to just "show u" and "get out of [his] head."

"The first split that Panic! Had, I was very depressed. I sometimes wouldn’t leave my house for weeks.

One of my greatest friends and greatest mentors Rob Mathis, he said “dude, just show up. If you just show up, things will happen- this isn’t about you. Get out of your head.” 

And I just started showing up to the places that people were asking me to go and great things started happening.

You know what matters? People being happy.”

He continued the episode by mentoring aspiring musicians at the Boys and Girls Club, which has been a build-up from the first two episode from Urie's partnership with State Farm.

Watch the video below:

In other Panic!-related news, the band recently announced the second leg of their Pray For The Wicked Tour. The North American tour will feature support from Two Feet.

Check out a full list of dates below and grab your tickets here.

01/10 — Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center
01/12 — Laval, QC @ Place Bell
01/13 — Manchester, NH @ SNHU Arena
01/15 — Albany, NY @ Times Union Center
01/16 — Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center
01/18 — Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center
01/19 — Providence, RI @ Dunkin’ Donuts Center
01/20 — Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Arena
01/22 — Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
01/23 — Charlottesville, VA @ John Paul Johns Arena
01/25 — Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
01/26 — Cincinnati, OH @ U.S. Bank Arena
01/27 — Milwaukee, WI @ Wisconsin Entertainment Center
01/29 — Grand Rapids, MI @ The Van Andel Arena
01/30 — Cleveland, OH @ Quicken Loans Arena
02/01 — Omaha, NE @ CenturyLink Center
02/02 — Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
02/04 — Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena
02/05 — Saint Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center
02/06 — Memphis, TN @ FedExForum
02/08 — Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center
02/09 — New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center
02/12 — Albuquerque, NM @ Tingley Coliseum
02/14 — Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
02/15 — Inglewood, CA @ The Forum
02/16 — San Diego, CA @ Valley View Casino Center
02/19 — Oakland, CA @ ORACLE Arena
02/20 — Sacramento, CA @ Golden1 Center