The Exit (ft. Brendon Urie and Dan Young) (5:39)

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Adakias (Thomas Dutton) is prince of the city of darkness, along with his brother Pallis (Brendon Urie). However, he is contemplating leaving his kingdom. He longs for a world and life like in the stories he has heard. Others, including his brother, try to convince him otherwise and ask why he can not be more like his brother. He, however, feels that his destiny might be outside his kingdom and may in turn fulfill the prophecy. They try again to deter him, saying that all he thinks about is impractical, which, for a moment, almost convinces him. He mourns that his family’s name outshines his own identity. Despite others’ attempts, he keeps contemplating the feeling inside of him. His brother finally says that if Adakias leaves, he will hunt him down and make him suffer the consequences. While Adakias tries to convince him that this feeling is real and could be tied to his destiny, Pallis asserts that it will lead him to destruction. Adakias finally makes up his mind to leave, despite his brother’s objections. The Narrator then tells of Adakias in the city of Light, where disguised as a citizen he sees Princess Anhura (Greta Salpeter), whom the Narrator describes as having similar feelings of dissatisfaction as Adakias.

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