"We played Reading and Leeds one year after Panic At The Disco! I was watching their set and they were, like, one word in and some kids were throwing golf balls. They hit Brendon in the forehead and knocked him out cold.
"He got up, brushed it off and played, and the crowd loved it. But that was a pretty big disappointment for me to watch that and think, ‘Man, why can’t you just listen to the music? Why have you got to throw stuff?’ But I’m good at catching stuff, so I made it through our set.
"The most recent time we played Reading and Leeds, there was something electric about those shows. The audience was excited for us to be there, and we were excited. When the crowd is playing a show with you, that is a good show. I live for those shows."