Watch Panic! At The Disco perform an acoustic rendition of “This Is Gospel.”
This isn’t the first time you’ve seen Brendon Urie strip down. In fact you’re probably still recovering from the generous eyeful the Panic! At The Disco frontman gave you in his nearly nude “Girls/Girls/Boys” video. And Panic’s still recovering from having the second biggest album in the country with their Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! album, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 last week.
Watch Panic! At The Disco’s “Buzzworthy Live” acoustic performance of “This Is Gospel” after the jump.
In this brand-new “Buzzworthy Live” acoustic performance, shot earlier this October here in the MTV studios in New York, Panic stripped down once again — this time with Brendon Urie keeping his pants (and cool jacket) on, joined by Dallon Weekes and Kenny Harris on guitars. The band unplugged and filtered out the song’s signature New Wave, electro-metronomic beats to reveal the song’s real vital organs — the beat of a wounded heart and reverential three-part harmonies that hover above the holy ground of liberating yourself from the death grips of something dangerous.
+ Watch Panic! At The Disco’s “Buzzworthy Live” acoustic performance of “This Is Gospel,” and check out exclusive photos from the set.
Photo credit: MTV/ Michele Crowe