[Photo by: Panic! At The Disco/Youtube]

Have you ever wondered how Brendon Urie pulled off those awesome fight moves in the music video for “Say Amen (Saturday Night)?”

Read more: Is Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie the next influential voice in youth culture?

Well wonder no more because directors Spencer Susser and Daniel Cloud Campos sat down to give us a deeper look at the process of making Panic! At The Disco‘s intense video.

From hidden wires to crafty stunts, “Say Amen” is full of cleverly laid out choreography. Take a look at the behind-the-scenes video below!

Watch the finished product here:

Is “Say Amen” one of your favorite Panic videos? Sound off in the comments!

Brendon Urie is gracing the cover of this month’s magazine. Check out the latest issue here.

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Photo by Jonathan Weiner
AP Brendon Urie P!ATD cover 359
Photo by Jonathan Weiner

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LIL AARON feels perfectly at home in a Warped Tour mosh pit, a trap club or at a lavish party thrown for some pop star. No problems, no guilty pleasures, no fux given—which is how he’s able to navigate genres and captivate listeners with ease.

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