Panic! At The Disco
Pete Wentz, Avril Lavigne and Britney Spears partying in the golden era of music television.
Beyond all-black outfits, eyeliner, and melodramatic lyrics, emo music helps me heal.
This is not what we meant when we said "emo revival."
He was basically made for this.
The bands I worshiped in high school were fronted by gender-bending, guyliner-wearing, homoerotic antidotes to the American jock, and the music that helped me fit in would eventually help me come out as gay.
"Boundaries are boundaries for a reason. Everyone has a right to feel safe and everyone has an obligation to be happy."
This way for a drunken conversation about his childhood crushes, turning 30, and how he accidentally became a 12-year-old Mormon weed dealer.
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Panic! At The Indie Music Festival.
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It's called Panic at the Sisqo and it is realer than real.
“I fell in love with this band for the same reason I’m in love with it now: no rules, I get to create, no one gets to tell me what to do.”