Panic at the Disco have covered Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody', with an official video of the performance available to watch below.
Taking place on 'The Gospel Tour', the rock trio took on the Queen classic with vigour, capturing the intensity of the original whilst also bringing their own flavour to proceedings (even if they did use a backing track for some of the vocal harmonies).
Nevertheless, frontman Brandon Urie's vocal range in the live performance was commendably vast, no doubt set to please fans of both Panic at the Disco themselves, and the rock icons.
Watch Panic at the Disco cover 'Bohemian Rhapsody' below:
It was announced earlier this week that Queen would be releasing their own brand of vodka, titled 'Killer Queen', to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the single of the same name.
Speaking about the limited edition drink, guitarist Brian May said “Freddie loved vodka and used to carry a dry ice cooler full of vodka with him on tour. We know he would have approved.”
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