Panic! at the Disco - High Hopes sheet music

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Today we bring in front of you the free High Hopes piano sheet music, by Panic! At the Disco.

The song was released by the solo project of the American artist Brendon Urie – Panic! At the Disco.

The pop-rock band was formed in 2004 in Las Vegas by Urie, Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith and Brent Wilson, playing mainly pop, alternative rock, electropop and baroque pop.

Going back to our song - High Hopes, we will share some details of the song with you.

The free High Hopes piano sheets were released as a pop-rock music genre song, as part of the band’s album named Pray for the Wicked.

The song was released through Fueled by Ramen and DCD2 Records in May 2018, and it was co-written by Brendon Urie, Jake Sinclair, Jenny Owen Youngs, Lauren Pritchard, and Sam Hollander, William Lobban-Bean, Jonas Jeberg, Taylor Parks and Ilsey Juber.

Once released, High Hopes peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100, topped the charts in Poland and many other countries, and became the band’s highest-charting song.

Looking into the composition of High Hopes, the song comes in a length of 3:10 minutes, with the production of Jake Sinclair, Jonas Jeberg and Jonny Coffer.

It was written in the key of F major, having a tempo of 82 beats per minute.

Urie’s vocals span from D3 to the high D5, and it enchants us with elements like drums, piano, bass, guitar, violin, cello, trumpet, and viola.

Because of its success, the song has been covered by many other famous artists, such as Alicia Keys.

The music video made for High Hopes features Brendon Urie walking through LA while other people bump into him.

You can now try High Hopes at your piano at home, as we made it available starting today.

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High Hopes - Panic! at the Disco piano tutorial

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