a band formed in 2009 by former panic at the disco members ryan ross and jon walker who left brendon urie and spencer smith who would continue under the original name. panic at the disco split mutually so each “couple” could go in a different musical direction. a few weeks after the split ross and walker created a new band called “the young veins” and released their first song change via their mysp-ce page. they are currently working on their first alb-m.
girl 1: hey i heard ryro and walker made a new band!
girl 2: yeah, they’re called the young veins, they’re totally awesome!!
a “band” formed in 2009 by former panic! at the disco members ryan ross and jon walker. it’s pretty much a freaking tribute band for the beatles. seriously, these guys are not just inspired by the beatles like they claim, but are in reality actually attempting to be them. all of their songs sound like they could be beatle b-sides. their music videos all give off a very 60s vibe. their music video for “change” is more of just a rip-off of the cl-ssic black and white, suit beatles performances. this is overall a pitiful band that will surely be forgotten quickly while p!atd keeps on rocking.
this band “the young veins” sounds like a sh-tty attempt to copy the beatles. ryan and jon should have never left panic! at the disco.
a big steaming pile of fail.
compiled of ryan ross and jon walker, who are former members of panic! at the disco. patd is an amazingly popular, catchy, lovely, all around great guys named brendon urie and spencer smith. and ross and walker left them for a ‘musical excursion’ which they ent-tled the young veins.
but who cares, the young veins suck! woo hoo! 🙂
thank god their not in panic! anymore so that brendon and spencer actually have a say in things and we get to hear their wonderful music.
jane: did you listen to the young veins first single “change”?
lola: yeah! it sucked! brencer forever!
jane: i know, right? panic! is way better off without them.
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