Panic! At The Disco's Lyrics Inspire New Mural In London: See The Video

By Hayden Brooks

May 13, 2019

Panic! at the Disco's latest single "Hey Look Ma, I Made It" is making the rounds in London, but it has surpassed radio airwaves and spread to the streets.

Over the weekend, the band took to Instagram to share a time-lapse video of a new mural created in honor of their single by a team of graffiti artists, with Brendon Urie taking up the entire right portion of the wall. "Whew, what a sight in London!" the band captioned the video on the social media platform. "Go find it on the corner of Great Eastern Street & Fairchild Street in Shoreditch + tag your pics w/ #HeyLookMural 👀."

PATD's mural should hold fans' attention for some time as the band works steadily on new music. In a recent interview with Billboard, the 32-year-old frontman told the outlet that their plans to take some time off didn't come to fruition. "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 explained. "I can’t help myself. I don’t think it'll be too long before another Panic! record."

Nonetheless, Urie has remained busy with non-Panic! efforts, too, particularly after collaborating with Taylor Swift. "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 said of working with her on "ME!" "I was just like, 'I’ll show up. I'll do whatever you ask."

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