You Can Now Peacefully Fall Asleep To Panic! At The Disco Lullabies

While it's not hard to be lulled to sleep to the sweet, sweet sound of Brendon Urie's voice, fans can now catch some Zzzs listening to soothing lullaby versions of Panic! At The Disco songs.

Sparrow Sleeps — created by Casey Cole and Peter Lockhart — has been creating lullaby versions of your favorite records for years and so far have dozens and dozens of albums ranging from Weezer, blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Paramore and more.

The creative duo recently dropped Pray For The Restless — a play on Panic!'s album, Pray For The Wicked. While the album won't officially be released until March 2, the songs are up on Sparrow Sleeps' official YouTube.

Songs included on the album are lullaby renditions of “High Hopes,” “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” and more. The duo removed the vocals and created a peaceful slowed-down instrumental version of each song.

While lullabies are technically for babies, child-less fans of Panic! At The Disco can definitely use the tracks to wind down, study, or even work — as long as you don't fall asleep at your desk. 

Speaking of Panic! songs, frontman Brendon Urie recently live streamed the making of a brand new 80s synth song

Pray For The Restless track list: 

“High Hopes” 

“I Write Sins Not Tragedies” 


“Hey Look Ma, I Made It”

“Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time”

“New Perspective”

“Emperors New Clothes”

“Say Amen (Saturday Night)”

“Nine In The Afternoon”

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