Panic! At The Disco In The Style Of Frank Sinatra
Do you love Panic! At The Disco? Do you love Frank Sinatra? Well have we got some good news for you!
The people behind Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox have reimagined Panic! At The Disco’s High Hopes in the style of ol’ Blue Eyes himself.
The Postmodern Jukebox band were joined by acclaimed crooner Spencer Day to “connect two singers that recorded a song called High Hopes: Frank Sinatra and Brendon Urie,” according to the YouTube description.
Brendon Urie is actually quite a big fan of Sinatra, boasting a tattoo of Frank of his forearm, and commemorating the man himself in the P!ATD song Death Of A Bachelor.
Check out Postmodern Jukebox on YouTube to see big band, jazz and swing versions of Paramore, Aerosmith, Jimmy Eat World and more.
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