By Radio.com Staff
Panic! At The Disco fans know all to well the Las Vegas band covers Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ like no other. It’s almost a staple in their live shows. Now, Panic! has finally released a proper recording of the 1975 smash hit as part of the Suicide Squad soundtrack.
“Oh man, I was just so ecstatic,” Brendon Urie said to Zane Lowe of being asked to be part of the soundtrack. The film’s producers had asked Urie to come to the studio and watch a few pieces of the movie after asking him to take part in the soundtrack. Urie explained that he watched about half of the film which pumped him up to record “Rhapsody.” “All the scenes I saw were incredible and it just made me more inspired, and that was even before I record the studio version! So that fueled exactly how the studio version went. Man, it’s just so epic!”
Listen to a portion of the track along with his interview with Zane Lowe below.