“Shake it like a Polaroid image”
The band are the newest to participate within the ‘Spotify Periods’ sequence and in addition to protecting ‘Hey Ya!’ additionally they recorded a brand new stripped-back model of their tune, ‘Excessive Hopes.’
You’ll be able to take heed to each tracks right here:
Spotify Singles, an album by Panic! At The Disco on Spotify
In the meantime, followers have been reacting to the duvet on social media.
After beforehand protecting the enduring monitor throughout their headline set at Studying & Leeds festivals final summer season, the Brendon Urie band revived their cowl as soon as extra for the ceremony in Los Angeles. Because the band had been on tour in Australia, the efficiency was pre-recorded particularly for the occasion.
Again in 2011, NME voted ‘Hey Ya’ “The Best Pop Track in Historical past.” On the time of it’s launch, NME‘s overview referred to as it “a loophole-leaping oddity doused within the tantalising, unmistakable tang of One thing Really Distinctive.”
Reflecting on the tune’s success again in 2011, Andre 3000 mentioned: “I do know ‘Hey Ya’ won’t ever occur once more. I’m okay with that. I talked to this businessman, this nice businessman, and he mentioned, “No matter you do, no matter model you have got, construct it. Construct it, till it reaches its highest level. Then step away from it. Or promote it. However you’ve obtained to know when to step away, you’ve obtained to know when to promote.”
‘Hey Ya!’ remained at number one within the US Billboard charts for 9 weeks and went to quantity three within the UK.
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