Panic! At The Disco Go Epic With Studio Cover Of “Bohemian Rhapsody”
Despite the fact that Suicide Squad has absolutely been smashed by critics, its soundtrack has been agreed on as legendary pretty much universally. A testament to that is Panic! At The Disco’s epic cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”, which should have been a disaster but 100% is not. Scroll down to scope it out.
The band has been covering the tune for a couple of years now, and they even unveiled an official live video for it back in 2014. But it’s not the only great track that’s emerged from the shambolic Suicide Squad release. The rest of the OST listing boasts originals by Twenty One Pilots (“Heathens“) and Grimes (“Medieval Warfare“).
In other P!ATD-related news, former drummer Spencer Smith recently joined frontman Brendon Urie on stage to introduce past single “This Is Gospel” after leaving the outfit last year. You can catch Panic! down under this January, and Suicide Squad at your local cinema.
Check out Panic!’s take on “Bohemian Rhapsody” below!
Now check out the live cover that kicked it all off:
And of course, the OG cut itself:
Panic! At The Disco
Wednesday January 25th – Metro City, Perth (18+)
Friday January 27th – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (AA) – SOLD OUT
Saturday January 28th – Festival Hall, Melbourne (AA) – SOLD OUT
Sunday January 29th – Festival Hall, Melbourne (AA)
Tuesday January 31st – Eatons Hill Outdoors*, Brisbane (AA) – VENUE UPGRADED