Twenty One Pilots have released a video for “Levitate.”
After months of teasing brief, unexplainable, clues about when new music would be coming from the ultra-popular group, Twenty One Pilots just casually dropped two great songs in “Jumpsuit” and “Nico and the Niners.” These two blazing tracks come from the upcoming album, entitled Trench, due out on October 5th.
Starting with the lead single, “Jumpsuit,” this dynamic duo have evolved their sound a bit from the multi-platinum certified Blurryface LP, while still keeping the core elements of what makes them who they are on this song. The song starts off with a faint alarm sound, and the trademark drumming of Josh Dun, signaling a call to arms as Tyler Joseph sings, “I can’t believe how much I hate/Pressures of a new place for my weight/Jumpsuit, jumpsuit cover me.” It’s almost as if the two artists know just how much pressure is on them to produce a significant work of art for the rabid fan-base that has been clamoring for a taste of what they had cooked up in the studio.
Twenty One Pilots have announced some new tour dates.
Twenty One Pilots have released a new video for “Jumpsuit” and the audio to “Nico and the Niners.” Both songs come from the band’s upcoming album, Trench, due out on October 5th.
Twenty One Pilots have begun teasing on Twitter. Look for a new single later this week.
Every song on Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface has now been certified by the RIAA. This is now the first album in the digital era to have this distinction. The press release can be found below.
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.