Brendan Yuri, the last of the four musicians in the original composition of the group "Panic and the Disco", wrote on Instagram that it will no longer exist, reports BTA.

Yuri, who is 35 years old, added that he and his wife are expecting a child and he plans to devote himself to his family. 

Panic at the Disco has 15 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, with two of them reaching the top ten.

These are "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" from 2006 and "High Hopes" from 2019. Two of their albums topped the US chart - "Death of a Bachelor" in 2016, which was nominated for a "Grammy" award for Best Rock Album, and "Pray For the Wicked" in 2018. 

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"Whether you've been with us since the beginning or have recently discovered us, it's been a pleasure not only to share the stage with so many talented musicians, but also to share our time with you," wrote Yuri. 

The band was formed in 2004 by Yuri and his friends Ryan Ross (guitar), Spencer Smith (drums), Brent Wilson (bass guitar), when they were still teenagers.

Brent Wilson left in 2006. The band also included bassist John Walker and multi-instrumentalist Dallon Weekes.

Yuri made his Broadway debut in Sexy Boots in 2017 and later wrote music for SpongeBob SquarePants. 

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