[Photo by: Jimmy Fontaine]

In typical Beebo fashion, Panic! At The Disco gave quite the incredible performance as part of the TODAY show’s Citi Concert series, delighting fans with both new and old P!ATD hits.

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Just before the performance, Brendon Urie reflected on his time on Broadway and how his latest album, Pray For The Wicked, was a bit of a surprise even for him.

“I planned to take the rest of the year off and just kind of relax, spend some family time. My heart and my inspiration, my brain, didn’t want to do that so the second day into my sabbatical I just started working and came up with this album and it was a very pleasant surprise. Just totally surprise me.”

You can catch the full interview below.

The TODAY show performance included new fan favorites “High Hopes,” “Say Amen (Saturday Night),” and the iconic emo classic “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”

Check out P!ATD’s show-stopping performances, below!

“High Hopes”

“Say Amen (Saturday Night)”

“I Write Sins Not Tragedies”

I don’t know about you, but “What a shame the poor groom’s bride is a… uh oh” might be my new favorite thing.

Did you catch P!ATD on the TODAY show? Let us know in the comments below!

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