In his message, however, the singer revealed that the group, best known for their 2006 single “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” will complete one final tour before calling it a day.
Meanwhile, the response to the sudden announcement is running wild among fans. “Disco breakup panic has me so confused as they were my favorite band for so long,” said a fan he Twitter. “never smiled to myself so much in my life…panic at the disco is dead,” another added.
See the reactions below.
“Sometimes a journey has to end before a new one can begin,” Urie said Tuesday. “I will end this chapter of my life and put my focus and energy on my family, and with that, Panic! at the Disco will be no more.”
Panic! at the Disco figurehead added: “Thank you all for your tremendous support over the years. I’ve been sitting here trying to find the perfect way to say this and I really can’t put into words how much it’s meant to us Regardless whether you’ve been here since the beginning or just finding us, it’s been a pleasure not only to share the stage with so many talented people, but also to share our time with you.”
Panic! For the disco’s upcoming tour, which will be the band’s last dates, February starts. 20 in Austria and ends on March 10 in the UK. Watch their upcoming shows their website.
Fans react to the news of Panic! at the Dissolution of the Discotheque – Jan. 24, 2023
Bands that broke up in 2022
Unfortunately, these bands either announced a breakup, went on indefinite hiatus, or broke up entirely in 2022.