twenty one pilots Launch First "Never-Ending Music Video"

Watch twenty one pilots' new "never-ending music video" for Level Of Concern.

twenty one pilots Launch First "Never-Ending Music Video"

Having sent their fanbase on an incredibly intricate online scavenger hunt over the past 10 days, twenty one pilots are now getting the Skeleton Clique involved in the first-ever "never-ending music video".

The Ohio duo – Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun – are asking fans to get creative with their recent single Level Of Concern by sending them footage, art and dances in order to take part in their new continuous music video.

"Welcome to the first ever, never-ending music video. Every 3 minutes and 40 seconds, an all new Never-Ending Level of Concern will play with videos you submit," reads an explanation on their website. "Dance, animate, dress up, get creative, be weird and have fun."

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Launching the video on social media while referencing their previous scavenger hunt, twenty one pilots said: "We didn’t think you would tear through the codes so easily. should have taken a week but you did it in just over 12 hours. you got us this time. now join in with your footage, your art, your dances, and be a part of the first ever never-ending music video."

For those who perhaps weren't following (or struggled to keep up with the Clique's speedy efforts), the band continued: "This community truly beats them all. for those not sure what we are talking about we will post an explanation video soon for the locals."

Watch the never-ending video for Level Of Concern below:

On top of all this Level Of Concern-related activity, Tyler revealed back in May that he's working on twenty one pilots' next album.

“I’m writing a record right now,” he said. “I’m not sure when it’ll be released, but it’s definitely going to be really sooner than we were planning on releasing a record.”

Explaining if it will follow the storyline of 2018's Trench album, or go somewhere else entirely, he added: “I don’t know if it’s this in-between record or if it’s a continuation of the narrative and where we left off. It’s kind of hard for me to tap into the story of Trench and what we’ve been building on up until that point without being out there, without touring, without having those live shows, without interacting with our fans.”

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