June 2, 2016


Panic! at the Disco Want You To Direct Their Next Music Video

Taylor Hill/Getty Images for Hangout Music Festival
Taylor Hill/Getty Images for Hangout Music Festival

If you love Panic! at the Disco, chances are, you've seen the out-of-this-world video for the Death of a Bachelor single "Victorious." Well, it turns out the band (mainly Brendon Urie but you get it) want you, the fan, to direct an alternative version of the vid!

Panic! have partnered with Music Choice and the All American High School Film Festival for something called the "Victorious" music video challenge. All you have to do is download the song from iTunes, direct a video and submit!

Frontman Brendon Urie said of the project:

"As my fans know, I love to interact with them—whether it be online or at shows. I can't wait to see the submissions we get from budding creatives around the world to bring the music video for 'Victorious' to life!"

Learn how to get involved here. Take our ultimate Panic! at the Disco fan quiz here. When you're done, watch an original Fuse interview with Urie where he talks about collaborating with Halsey, below.