By Jay Tilles
Columbus, Ohio duo Twenty One Pilots are winning hearts and minds at an impressive rate because they’re just as passionate and confused about life as the fans to whom they’re singing. This sense of being lost in life is what “the Skeleton Clique” (group of super fans) finds most endearing.
Much like Paramore, who found an audience before a record label, the two bandmates cut their teeth on two smaller albums, Twenty One Pilots and Regional At Best, before being plucked by Fueled By Ramen, which put out their 2013 album Vessel.
The label has also now released the band’s fourth album, Blurryface, which dropped May 19.
Radio.com caught up with bandmates Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun to discuss the new album, their latest videos, sharing the spotlight with their families and their path to overcome suffocating insecurities.