Panic! At The Disco‘s altruistic streak continues, and after organising a blood drive before their show in Miami earlier this week for the injured victims of last week’s tragic mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, the Brandon Urie-fronted alternative rock band have announced that they’ll release a limited edition t-shirt to further throw their support behind victims and the LGTB community.
The shirt is a throwback to their 2013 single Girls/Girls/Boys and depicts rainbow text reading ‘Girls Love Girls And Boys’.
Proceeds from the sales of the shirt will go to the Pulse Victims Fund, set up to help the victims and their families on a financial level as they recover from the shooting that left 49 dead and 53 injured.
Panic! At The Disco will be selling the shirt at their show in Tampa, and it’s also available online for a limited time.
“Our hearts go out to everyone in Orlando,” the band posted on Instagram. “To support the Pulse Victims Fund we’re bringing back the ‘Girls Girls Boys Pride Shirt’ for a limited time”.
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Our hearts go out to everyone in Orlando. To support the Pulse Victims Fund we're bringing back the 'Girls Girls Boys Pride Shirt' for a limited time on @Teespring (link in bio). You'll be able to pick one up at tonight's show in Tampa, and at the shows coming up in Charleston & Charlotte. You can also donate to the Pulse Victims Fund on gofundme.com/PulseVictimsFund
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