Brendon Urie has made the wedding dreams of one devoted fan’s come true.
As Alt Press reports, one fan Eric Veon, sent a letter to Urie, letting him know what a profound influence Panic! At The Disco has had on her life. In the letter, Veon asked Urie if he could send her an autograph as a wedding gift. Urie, being the ultimate angel that he is, happily obliged and signed the couple’s wedding invitation.
“Sent this wedding invitation w/ no expectations of him coming,” Veon tweeted. “But wrote a little letter about being a fan since ’05, how much his music means to me & how amazing an autograph would be as a wedding gift & YOU GUYS! Thank you”
Sent this wedding invitation w/ no expectations of him coming, but wrote a little letter about being a fan since '05, how much his music means to me & how amazing an autograph would be as a wedding gift & YOU GUYS! Thank you🥰 @brendonurie @PanicAtTheDisco #brendonurie @AltPress pic.twitter.com/JeDlMpQyh3
— Erica Veon (@xeriiicaa) December 10, 2019
As Alt Press notes — this isn’t the first time a Panic! At The Disco fan has received a wedding day blessing from Urie. In November, the band’s TM Zack Hall shared an Star Wars-themed wedding invitation that the band received from the couple.
“Hey Laura & Ryan, somehow this got sent back in the mail but we all hope you had a great wedding and may the fourth always be with you. #fanmailfromaflounder,” he wrote on Twitter.
In related news, last month Brendon Urie previewed a brand new metal song on Twitch. The musician celebrated reaching USD $75,000 in donations for his Highest Hopes Foundation by unleashing the monolithic track. The track saw Urie tackling both the clean and unclean portions of the vocals.
“I always feel as though I need to be more diverse,” he explained in an interview with Rock Sound. “I still have so many different things that I want to do, particularly in terms of genres.”
“I want to do a metal project in particular. I actually just played something for my band mates recently – we have an old song called ‘The Calendar’ and I made a metal version of it from years back. It’s like 90 seconds long and is really fun.”