Watch Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco Bring in 2014

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Welcome to day two of the brand new year and so far, it’s been on the quiet side. For those who missed all the performances leading up to the new year due to drunkenness or shooting off fireworks, we have a few of them right here for your viewing pleasure from two of our favorite bands, Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco.

The first video come courtesy of Fall Out Boy. For the band, 2013 had to be one of the best years to date. they announced they were off hiatus, released a new album which was a complete hit, went on a tour that sold out at most if not all the tour stops and now they’re in the process of working on a short film via their music videos from Save Rock and Roll; it’s been named the Young Blood Chronicles. They also released a short EP titled the Pax Am Days a couple of months back.

Like we said, killer year.

Watch as they perform “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up),” “Alone Together.” and “Young Volcanoes” on Dick Clark’s Rocking New Years Eve.

On another channel, we had Fall Out Boy’s former tour mates, Panic! at the Disco hanging out with Mario Lopez and others to countdown until the new year. Panic! were another band to have a good year as well. After drummer, Spencer Smith announced he was heading into rehab, things just got a lot better for the band.

They announced and released their new album, Too Young to Live, Too Rare to Die, toured with Fall Out Boy, and announced they would be heading out on tour in 2014. There was also that awesome honor that frontman, Brendon Urie got when he performed for Billy Joel this past weekend.

Watch as the band brought in the new year with performances of “Miss Jackson” and “This is Gospel.”

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