Brendon Urie Joins Jimmy Fallon for a Perfect 'Under Pressure' Cover

Another impeccable classroom cover, with help from The Roots
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By RADIO.COM

“Pressure on people. People on streets.” We’re all feeling it, and Jimmy Fallon feels it too now that he’s in his second month broadcasting from an adorable little nook in his home.

The effects of the pressure weighing on all of us amidst the COVID-19 pandemic is taking its toll – but it’s how we deal with that uncertainty and stress that will define us.

Along with his staple bits like “Thank You Notes” and “Late Night Hashtags,” Fallon’s gathering of artists along with his house band The Roots to perform songs on classroom instruments has quickly made its way into America’s heart.

His latest cover, Queen and David Bowie’s duet “Under Pressure,” takes viewers into his wildly creative world with Panic! At The Disco’s Brendan Urie along for the ride.

While it’s a screen full of faces, with plenty of interesting sounds to focus on, we suggest fixing your eyes on the man in the top right corner, Kamal Gray. Those wine glasses are perfectly tuned, and the joy on his face while performing his part is priceless.

Friends and family are the key to staying connected during this time.

Luckily Fallon has a solid foundation in that respect, with his band of merry musicians and a cupboard full of creative friends who are always willing to step out of their respective boxes for some truly entertaining skits.

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