Former member of Twenty One Pilots, Chris Salih, is on the latest episode of the aptly named “Twenty One Pilots Podcast.”
Twenty One Pilots have released another episode of their “Sleepers” video series.
Twenty One Pilots’ last album, Blurryface, has gone triple platinum.
Twenty One Pilots’ hit “Heathens” has now spent 28 weeks at number one on the Hot Rock Songs chart, breaking the record set by Walk the Moon:
Now with 28 weeks at No. 1 (as of the chart dated March 4), “Heathens” — the duo’s single from the Suicide Squad soundtrack — has spent more time atop the chart than any other song, dating to the tally’s June 2009 inception.
Twenty One Pilots are sharing a behind the scenes web series on YouTube. The first of five episodes is now up.
Twenty One Pilots have shared a “making of” featurette for their video “Heavydirtysoul.”
Twenty One Pilots have released their video for “Heavydirtysoul.”
Twenty One Pilots performed their cover of My Chemical Romance’s “Cancer” live last night. Some fan-shot footage has found its way online.
Twenty One Pilots visited the studio with Mutemath and recreated five of their songs live. They’ve posted up the video on YouTube and you can download the tracks here.
Twenty One Pilots will release Blurryface Live on November 25th. Pre-order bundles are up now.
Green Day and Twenty One Pilots have announced they’ll be performing at the American Music Awards this year. The show is live on November 20th at 8pm ET on ABC.
Twenty One Pilots performed “Heathens” and “Ride” on SNL this weekend.
Cameron Boucher, of Sorority Noise, covered Twenty One Pilots’ “Tear in My Heart.” You can stream that below.
Twenty One Pilots will perform on Saturday Night Live on October 8th.
Twenty One Pilots did a video interview with Billboard where they discussed working on their next album.
Twenty One Pilots have become the first artist to have a different number one song on both the pop and alternative songs charts at the same time:
While Twenty One Pilots are the first act to top Pop Songs and Alternative Songs simultaneously with a pair of tracks, they’re the sixth to lead the Nielsen Music-based lists at the same time (the prior five having done so with the same song on both charts). The duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun is the first act to rank at No. 1 on both charts simultaneously in 11 years, since Green Day doubled up with “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” for four weeks in March 2005. (That hit led Alternative Songs for 16 total weeks; the last four of those coincided with the song’s four-week reign on Pop Songs.)
Josh Katzowitz, writing for The Daily Dot, on Atlantic Records trying to get Reddit to release the IP address of the person that leaked a Twenty One Pilots’ song on the service:
“Upon becoming aware of the Posting, Atlantic attempted to have the illegally-distributed copies of ‘Heathens’ removed from the Internet,” the label said in the lawsuit. “Despite expending significant effort and funds in this attempt, the removal efforts were ultimately unsuccessful in curtailing further widespread distribution… As a result of the need to change the release date of ‘Heathens,’ Atlantic’s marketing efforts were substantially frustrated … Sales of the ‘Heathens’ single, which were unsupported by Atlantic’s carefully-planned marketing strategy, failed to reach predicted levels, causing substantial harm to Atlantic in the form of lost single and album sales revenue.”
Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface has gone platinum.
Twenty One Pilots celebrates its first million-selling album in the U.S., as Blurryface crosses the million sales mark. The album sold another 13,000 copies in the week ending July 21, according to Nielsen Music, bringing its total sales to 1.005 million.