Brendon Urie, the lead singer and founder of Panic At The Disco said goodbye to his band last month, but he began a new chapter in his life by welcoming his first child.
There have been reports from people with direct knowledge that Brendon and Sarah, his wife, welcomed a new child earlier this week. It is still unknown what the kid’s name or sex is, but all of them are inevitably healthy and happy.
The Urie Family Welcomes Their New Baby
A door is being closed by Brendon Urie, and he is opening another. It was revealed on Tuesday morning that the Panic! At the Disco star had posted a long text on Instagram. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the veteran singer confirmed he is expecting his first child with his wife, Sarah. This announcement was made by Urie, 35, who said that Panic at the Disco ended after a “hell of a journey.”
“But sometimes a journey must end for a new one to begin. We’ve been trying to keep it to ourselves, though some of you may have heard… Sarah and I are expecting a baby very soon!” the singer shared. “The prospect of being a father and watching my wife become a mother is both humbling and exciting. I look forward to this next adventure.”
In his statement, Urie said, “I am going to bring an end to this chapter of my life and dedicate myself to my family, so with that, Panic! at the Disco will not be there anymore.”
A Pop Punk Band Was Formed In 2004 And Began Performing As A Group In 2005
After a long run of music projects, he ended his last year of participation in a band called A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, which began in 2004 and broke through in 2005 with the album. In closing, Urie thanked his fans for their support over the years.
The band’s end has been met with disappointment by fans. However, they have also expressed their joy at the prospect of Urie becoming a father.
Brendon Urie Goodbyes Panic! At The Disco: “A Hell Of A Journey”
Brendon Urie, who has been leading the pop-rock band since 2002, announced; via Instagram that Panic! at the Disco will soon “no longer exist” after nearly two decades of music. To devote his “focus and energy” to his expanding family, the 35-year-old musician plans to disband Panic! at the Disco to save all of his attention and energy for his growing family.
Panic! at the Disco was founded in 2004 by Urie and his childhood friends Ryan Ross on guitar, Brent Wilson on bass, and Spencer Smith on drums, all childhood friends of Urie’s. A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, the group’s debut album, and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” their first hit single, soon became mainstream successes for the band.
Panic at the Disco was initially formed in 1999, but in the years that followed, several members left the band, leaving only Urie to remain. His performance under the moniker of Candlelight has continued to evolve since 2015, primarily as a solo endeavor under the name. It should also be noted that Panic has several other greatest hits as well, including “Nine in the Afternoon,” “Victorious,” “High Hopes,” and “Death of a Bachelor.”
Because Brendon and Sarah have now become father and mother, its arrival may have been sooner than expected. Congratulations to the new parents on the birth of their child. We will keep you posted about more such celebrity gossip as soon as it becomes available.