I was looking at the lyrics, thinking, ‘What are the main themes here?We said, ‘We’re down to two people, so let’s push out as many ideas as we can.’ It was easy having an idea and explaining it to just one other person. None of them made the record, but we still had an awesome time. But I have, in the past, experimented in other realms of homosexuality and bisexuality. Like with my wife, I'm just so insanely in love and attracted to my wife that I go, "Well, OK, my love of musicals can't trump that I love pussy" [ Urie isn't the first celebrity to reveal he has a fluid perception of sexuality or to identify with the sentiment that everyone is a little bit gay.Megan Mullally told Queerty in a 2009 interview that she believes "everybody is innately bisexual.’s upcoming tour, and the personal meaning of the LP’s title, Vices and Virtues. Probably “Sarah Smiles,” which is about my girlfriend, actually, as sappy as that is. We’ve always wanted to mess around with new ideas, arrangements, and instruments. What was the hardest thing about writing the new album without two of Panic! We had always written with the four of us, so it was a matter of coming out of that comfort zone.When I met her I wrote this song to try and impress her. I played it for her and we’ve been dating ever since. I was able to build up my confidence to write a song and try to woo her. There are synthesizers and keyboards, marimbas, and strings. We haven’t talked about anything specifically, but if we take a break and meet up later that would be cool. [Ryan and Jon] left and we were like, ‘What do we want to do? I kept thinking, ‘What are people going to think about this song? ’ I didn’t think of myself as a lyricist and I was apprehensive about it.The single, ‘I write sins not tragedies” became huge in selling list with 1.8 million sales.Afterward, he along with his band released 3 more albums, “Pretty Odd”, “Vices & Virtues”, and “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! After all the band members left one by one, he is the only original member left in the band. He earns a pretty good amount of salary and has a net worth of million.
I guess if I had to classify myself, I'd say I'm straight. at the Disco will release their third album, Vices & Virtues, on March 29, and SPIN caught up with frontman Brandon Urie to chat about the LP — and ask him your questions, which we gathered via SPIN’s Twitter. I was like, ‘Are these the seven deadly sins or something’? We did some research and ‘Vices and Virtues’ popped up.Here, Urie talks about the band’s creative process following the departure of founding members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker (who formed the Young Veins), Panic! Though they’re familiar to our first and second records, these new songs couldn’t fit on those two records. Aristotle has this Biblical list that’s tied in with themes of human behavior that we’ve been noticing in ourselves. It’s about our changes in self-esteem and the changes of growing up." Pride Source pinned down the singer about a tweet he sent last year claiming that "everyone's a little gay." Urie told reporters: I find myself being attracted to dudes all the time.I'm like, "Wow, that's a beautiful man." There's no shame in it; that's how I feel.