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Twenty One Pilots – 2017 EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW WØRLD TØUR
Twenty One Pilots and their 2017 EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW WØRLD TØUR started late October 2016 and ended in March 2017, making it a long, international tour for the duo.
Judah and the Lion, Jon Bellion, Bry, Mutemath, and Chef’Special opened for the band during some of their tour dates. The band has performed at huge music festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Boston Calling, and Firefly during their rise to fame. The “Blurryface World Tour” followed their recent album release in 2015, and they are back already for a second world tour.
Twenty One Pilots is an American musical duo from Columbus, Ohio. The band was created back in 2009 by Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun. The band combines rap, indie pop, alternative rock, indietronica (Indie electronic), pop rock, and experimental rock. The band exploded on to the radar in 2012 when they got signed by Fueled by Ramen. Tyler is lead vocals, piano, keyboards, ukulele, keytar, and synthesizer for the band. Josh plays the drums. Currently they have four albums: Twenty One Pilots (2009), Regional at Best (2011), Vessel (2013), and Blurry Face (2015). Two of these albums of self-released, which is a huge feat for current success.
These two are nowhere near the peak of their career. Currently, they are focused on this upcoming tour, but they do have plans to get back in to the studio to begin album number five. Keep an eye and an ear out for this group, they won’t disappoint. Many are familiar with the duo from their hits that have made their way to radio repeats such as “Ride,” “Heathens,” and most notably “Stressed Out.” “Stressed Out” grew enormously in popularity due to its lyrics regarding growing up and taking on responsibility. The song is off their 2015 album Blurryface that also includes “Ride.” The band’s sound is super unique, as it adds a touch of creepy to lyrics that everyone can relate to. Growing up is a concept that many feel akin to, so adding a quirky touch to a relatable concept is a concoction for an instant hit. “Heathens” was also a single that dropped for the Suicide Squad soundtrack, which explains its off-the-wall lyrical concepts and eerie background music. Go check out their YouTube channel to see promotional videos they posted about this upcoming tour!
Twenty One Pilots (2009)