(You can also watch the interview in the player above.) “ I never thought I was able to let go of the past,” he shares candidly. I mean, there's so many things that are involved, it’s just been a smorgasbord of craziness for 10 years…and that was really talking about me as a single guy -- and now I’m married.” “I like writing about parties –so a lot of this stuff is about parties that I’ve gone to where I’m trying to recall exactly what happened -- kind of in a hangover sense, trying to piece sense together and put it in a song.We write news, not tragedies..in this case, get those tissues ready: In a recent Reddit AMA with Panic!at the Disco, frontman/last man standing Brendon Urie said he doesn't really have any interest in reuniting the original lineup of his band, crushing the hearts of emo kids everywhere.And that picture isn't them, it's just boys with similar features (their noses are totally wrong for it to be them, though).They've also said that they've never kissed; they've only come close to it in their stage show.This really sums up the vibe of the record, of this party record that we’re excited about.
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.So we all sat down and pretty much came to the conclusion that the best thing for everyone was to do what we did." Ross said the split was largely due to creative differences between him and Panic! Seems Urie wanted the band to explore a more polished pop sound (like the demo they posted on their Web site last week), while Ross — and, by extension, Walker — was interested in making retro-inspired rock.Or, as he put it: "Brendon's more of a Peter Gabriel fan, and I'm more of a Ray Davies fan." "Brendon has always been a fan of pop music, but that's such a broad term, because I guess I would say I would be too, but in a different way.Megan Mullally told Queerty in a 2009 interview that she believes "everybody is innately bisexual.“This whole album was written at my house where she and I live and it reflects very much the lifestyle I was living [while writing it], which is so different from who I used to be,” Brendon explains.Urie, who married wife Sarah Orzechowski earlier this year, reignited rumors about his sexuality with the subject of the band's new single "Girls/Girls/Boys" off of their fourth LP "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!