Panic! At The Disco's 'Hallelujah' Is A Thank You To Fans
"In the last five years I've felt less resentful about where I came from, my roots in religion, in spirituality," says Urie who was born into a Mormon family. "I wanted to touch on that and make it a point to recognize our fans and just how much of my work, my job, is my religion. Touring is my religion. Music is all-encompassing--my religion. So, I wanted to celebrate that," Urie says of the song's upbeat message.
Lovingly referring to his fans as "Sinners," Urie enjoys their close bond so much that he speaks to them daily on Periscope. "We're all in this together. We're all sinners."
"I'd really wanted to talk about something I'd gone through in the past but also bring it full circle and make it that it's OK to feel guilty about certain things. Just take responsibility for your past and your actions and just own up to it because it makes life even sweeter." Read more here.
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