Panic! At The Disco have received a Frank Sinatra makeover on their track "High Hopes" thanks to Postmodern Jukebox.

This is one cover you simply have to hear.

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Vocalist Spencer Day channels his inner Sinatra with Postmodern Jukebox to create the perfect Brendon Urie-Sinatra blend.

The track features Day (vocals), Nora Germain (violin), Luca Pino (guitar), Martin Diller (drums), Cooper Appelt (bass) and Scott Bradlee (piano).

Check out the incredible Panic! At The Disco cover below!

We had high hopes for this one, and they exceeded those hopes with flying colors.

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During an interview with Billboard following the Billboard Music Awards, Urie revealed that they are already working on new music.

“I thought I would take a little more time off, but I’m already starting music. Not with anything planned in mind, but I’m working on some ideas,” he says. “I can’t help myself. I don’t think it’ll be too long before another Panic! record.”

He also talked about opening the show with Taylor Swift with their collab “ME!”

“She’s incredible. We just had so much fun working on that song and her ideas for the videos and the performance, I take no credit,” he says. “I was just like, 'I’ll show up. I’ll do whatever you ask.’”

You can check out Urie’s entire interview below.

Panic! At The Disco took home Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album at the BBMAs. You can see the full list of winners here.

And just in case you missed Panic!’s performance of “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” or Urie and Taylor Swift’s show opener, you can check those out below!

What do you think of this Sinatra-inspired P!ATD cover? Sound off in the comments below!
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