LISTEN: Halsey's 'New Americana' Gets Reworked In The Style Of Panic! At The Disco

27 March 2017, 12:16 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

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James Wilson-Taylor

By James Wilson-Taylor

Cameron Hurley's latest mash up is maybe his best work to date...

Ever wondered what Halsey's 'New Americana' would sound like if 2005-era Brendon Urie wrapped his smooth AF vocals around it for an emo-style cover version?


Well, wonder no more young music fan, because the internet has answered your prayers once again!

Cameron Hurley, the guitarist of We Are The In Crowd fame, has posted a cover of the Halsey track in the style of A Fever You Can't Sweat Out-era Panic!, giving the track a full 'But It's Better If You Do'-esque makeover, harpsichord included.


Brendon is, of course, a fan of Halsey in real life, having appeared on stage with the singer at last year's Coachella festival.

Cameron previously uploaded other impressive mash up covers on his Soundcloud that got widespread attention including The 1975's 'Girls' in the style of Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy's 'Centuries' in the style of the band's Take This To Your Grave era.

Will he keep the songs coming? We certainly hope so. Can we request 'Galway Girl' in the style of Dropkick Murphys next please? Just a thought...

Check out Cameron's take on 'New Americana' in the style of Panic! below: