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Watch Brendon Urie Cover Under Pressure With Jimmy Fallon And The Roots

Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie lends his vocals to a cover of Queen and David Bowie’s classic Under Pressure.

On the most recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie joined forces with Jimmy and The Roots for a fantastic rendition of Under Pressure.

The (remote) cover of the Queen and David Bowie classic was done with a multitude of different instruments’ from each musician’s house, with members of The Roots using a butter knife and wine glass, a frosting spatula and toaster, and even a frisbee to create the backing music to Brendon and Jimmy’s excellent vocals.

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Oh ya know, just channeling Bowie and Queen with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots,” tweeted Panic! casually of the wholesome rendition, which of course isn’t Brendon’s first time covering Queen. In fact, he takes on Bohemian Rhapsody at almost every single live show these days, as well as releasing it for the 2016 Suicide Squad soundtrack.

Watch Brendon, Jimmy and The Roots perform Under Pressure:

Lovely stuff.

Aaaaand check out Panic! performing Bohemian Rhapsody, just because:

Posted on May 13th 2020, 10:47a.m.
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