Here’s how twenty one pilots brought their ‘never-ending’ music video to an end
The Columbus, Ohio duo enlisted the help of their fanbase to keep Level Of Concern’s video going for so long, with people sending in thousands of clips, artwork and more.
But with drummer Josh Dun in charge of the ‘mini server’ with all these submissions, he ultimately decided to light up his lovely looking Christmas tree at home in favour of keeping the video powered. Which is fair enough, tbf.
Check out the moment the video came to an end:
Thankfully the other video for Level Of Concern still exists – watch it below:
Last month, both Josh and frontman Tyler Joseph confirmed that a new twenty one pilots album was in the works.
“It really is me and Tyler working on this,” Josh said.“I think it probably takes longer than some artists coming out with albums because we don’t have other people really helping us. And, also, logistically, we’re in different places. We both have our own studios, which is really nice, so he comes up with a lot of stuff at his studio, sends it over to me, and then I come up with some stuff here at my studio and then send it back.”
Tyler told AltPress earlier this year that there are“two very different records” that he could make, adding that he“isn’t interested in reacting” to what’s going on in the world.
“There are two very different records, in my opinion, to be written,” he considered.“One being right now and the other one being after that. I don’t know which one I’m going to do first. I have an idea of what I think is next, sonically. It’s just whether or not it’s too big of a risk, I guess.”
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