Viddy is one of a crop of mobile apps claiming to be ‘Instagram for video’, in that it lets people record clips and apply visual filters before sharing them with friends. Now Panic At The Disco have become one of the first music artists to use the service, asking fans to shoot footage at their upcoming gigs, upload it via Viddy and add the hashtag #readytogo. The clips will then be edited into a video for the band’s new single Ready To Go. “We had been discussing the idea of creating a crowd-sourced video on our upcoming tour, and when we stumbled upon Viddy a couple weeks ago it sounded like it could be exactly what we were looking for,” says a statement from Panic At The Disco. “There probably isn’t a better way to capture our live show than through the eyes of the fans themselves.” Source: Mashable

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