Well, true Panic! fans know that when frontman Brendon Urie isn't melting our hearts with cool croons, he's...Vining? That's right, the dude is a major player on the six-second social media platform, so we had to ask: How did he get into it? And who are his faves?
Urie told Fuse in an exclusive interview:
"When I joined Vine I was trying to copy comedians that I admired. It was Will Sasso and Chris D’eila. Those were the comedians I followed. I thought Will Sasso was so hilarious; I still listen to Ten Minute Podcast. I’m just a huge fan of his. I think he’s super funny, super goofy so I’d try to copy him. That’s what got me into it: I didn’t know about Vine. I follow Will Sasso on Twitter and I saw that he was making these lemon videos and I thought that was the funniest thing ever. Vine is all about original funny content and I was so into it. Right now I’m mostly into whatever my friends revine, which is a lot of 'fail' videos and memes—which are fun! Vine taught me to be original again, you can really have fun with it, which it what I needed at the time [when I first joined.] It was around the last album, whenever I would get too frustrated I would just turn to Vine. I’d vent my frustrations into a creative pattern. It was really fun."
Well there you have it, folks. When you're done re-Vining all his gags, makes sure to visit our interview celebrating the ten year anniversary of the band's debut studio album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out.