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21-Nov-2016 21:06

at the Disco recalls watching the demolition of the iconic Sands Hotel and Casino, the site of so many performances by his idol Frank Sinatra, on the news as a nine-year-old. I remember it so vividly,” the singer, now 29, tells me.“But Vegas never really keeps old relics or historical monuments. That’s the way it thrives.” That’s the way Urie thrives too, striding forwards with little regard for the way things used to be, rarely looking back.Publications called us out, saying we were just a put-together band, claiming we had ghostwriters. ) was full of orchestral flourishes and had a retro cover that recalled Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake by The Small Faces.It made me so happy, the fact that everyone was hating on us so hard,” Urie claims. Urie’s contrasting passions have really come to the fore now that he’s the one in sole control. All the strangely hot “married man talks making out with Ryan Gosling” stuff starts at .

At The Disco, of which he is the sole remaining member. Urie described himself as a "spaz" in high school, and explained that only one student would always bully him.“It never came into question, taking the name away or changing it. has always symbolised some form of excitement that I couldn’t get elsewhere.If I had come out with an album called Brendon Urie Does… ’ Even five albums in I’m still faceless wherever I go, which is great.I’ll get recognised sometimes when I’m on tour but when I get home I get to go to the grocery store in my pyjamas.” It must be deeply satisfying to go from being the big voice and good-looking face of a band to its main creative force, and find even greater commercial success in the process, but Urie is far too upbeat to be tempted to gloat.His current touring band is a dream, he says (“I love all these guys. He’s almost two years sober now which is just phenomenal.

At The Disco, of which he is the sole remaining member. Urie described himself as a "spaz" in high school, and explained that only one student would always bully him.“It never came into question, taking the name away or changing it. has always symbolised some form of excitement that I couldn’t get elsewhere.If I had come out with an album called Brendon Urie Does… ’ Even five albums in I’m still faceless wherever I go, which is great.I’ll get recognised sometimes when I’m on tour but when I get home I get to go to the grocery store in my pyjamas.” It must be deeply satisfying to go from being the big voice and good-looking face of a band to its main creative force, and find even greater commercial success in the process, but Urie is far too upbeat to be tempted to gloat.His current touring band is a dream, he says (“I love all these guys. He’s almost two years sober now which is just phenomenal.Brian May got in touch to say something like, ‘Well done, lads, didn’t think you had it in you’, which was really cool.” Then there’s Sinatra.