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Brendon Urie Releases New Song With Taylor Swift

Watch Brendon Urie and Taylor Swift in the most bonkers video of the year

Pop icon Taylor Swift has teamed up with Panic! At The Discos Brendon Urie for her new song ME!.

The video has received over 20 million views in its first five hours on YouTube, and is set to break all kinds of records. It’s the first new music from Taylor Swift since 2017’s Reputation and is a departure from the record’s darker swagger, returning to the joyous, colourful pop of her earlier work.

In the new clip, Brendon and Taylor are seen arguing in French near their cat daughters, before exploding into a Technicolor dreamworld of unicorns, parades and paint falling from the sky.

Brendon himself goes full Mary Poppins, diving out the window with his umbrella, before presenting Taylor with a kitten AND WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS GOING ON. It’s ridiculously ambitious and over the top fun, but what would you expect from the pair of Brendon Urie and Taylor Swift? Two of the most creative artists in the world today.

This isn’t the only poptastic guest spot coming Brendon’s way. He’s set to appear on Lil Dicky’s new single alongside Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and more. 

Who will he collaborate with next? We’re betting on a Brendon x Beyonce album.

Posted on April 26th 2019, 11:02a.m.
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