Did You Spot The HUGE Easter Egg In The New Panic! Video?

22 March 2018, 14:50

Panic! At The Disco Say Amen Video Easter Egg This Is Gospel
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Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

Has Brendon been planning this since 2013? Does this mean we're getting a full chronological video series?!

It happened! Panic! At The Disco fiiiiinally dropped what they'd been teasing over the past few weeks and blessed with us two songs called 'Say Amen (Saturday Night)' and '(Fuck A) Silver Lining', one music video for the former and the announcement of an album that'll be arriving in June. Yah, Brendon did THAT.

Now that's out of the way, shall we talk about that damn video for 'Say Amen'? Hilarious, full of blood, gore and jacket potatoes and absolutely wild. Honestly, Tarantino who? But um... does anything look familiar to you? Anything at all? Nothing about the ending that's jumping out at you? Any... similarities to things you've seen before?

Because there's a HUGE easter egg at the end of the video and only the truest of Panic! fans would have sleuthed with their own eyes...

Spotted by @aaresvr on Twitter, the end of 'Say Amen' video shows Brendon being knocked the f*ck out by his girlfriend and being left for dead on the floor while she slinks out with the "devil key" that was around Brendon's neck. (That's definitely going to make a few more appearances across this album campaign, isn't it?)

Is this how Brendon ends up in the hospital in 'This Is Gospel'? Ummm, we think yes! One fan even seamlessly edited the two clips together with the start of the 'Emperor's New Clothes' video and well, guys, I think we have a little chronological easter egg on our hands. (Continuity error on the tiny blood spatters but we're just gonna ignore that for a second, ok?)

Fans are also pointing out that you can hear the heartbeats from 'This Is Gospel' towards the end of the song, which would make this theory legit AF. Also, has he been planning this since Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die?! You've been CLOCKEDT, Brendon.

Looks like we're gonna be blessed with an entire series of chronological music videos, then! Can I get an amen?

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