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April 2019

Twenty One Pilots have released two new songs from their upcoming album ‘Trench’

OMG. And a tour.
Published: 11:54 am, July 11, 2018
Twenty One Pilots have released two new songs from their upcoming album ‘Trench’
Twenty One Pilots went quiet on July 7th 2017.

A year and two days later, they started rumbling back to life.

And today, they've come roaring back into our lives with two brand new tracks. Check out 'Jumpsuit' and 'Nico and the Niners' below.

Both tracks are from the new Twenty One Pilots album 'Trench' which is out October 5th and seem to lean heavily on the mythology around DEMA that fans have been uncovering over the past few months.

For the whole, winding yarn, you can play catchup on Reddit but the basic story seems to involve someone called Clancey breaking free from a mysterious organisation called DEMA, which is ruled by nine bishops who aren't all that great.

Is it a concept album? Maybe. Are we excited? Definitely.

If that wasn't enough, the band have also announced they're hitting the roads of Europe and the UK next year.

30 Kiev, Palace of Sports

02 Moscow, VTB Arena
04 St Petersburg, Ice Palace
06 Helsinki, Ice Hall
08 Stockholm, Ericsson Globe Arena
09 Oslo, Telenor Arena
11 Copenhagen, Royal Arena
12 Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
14 Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
15 Lodz, Atlas Arena
16 Prague, The O2 Arena
17 Vienna, Wiener Stadthalle
21 Bologna, Unipol Arena
23 Zurich, Hallenstadion Zurich
24 Stuttgart, Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle
25 Cologne, Lanxess Arena
27 Birmingham, Genting Arena

01 Dublin, 3Arena
02 Belfast, SSE Arena Belfast
04 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro Arena
05 Manchester, Manchester Arena
07 London, The SSE Arena Wembley
11 Paris, Accorhotels Arena
12 Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
13 Brussels, Palais 12
15 Bilbao, Bizkaia Arena
16 Madrid, WiZink Center
17 Lisbon, Altice Arena

Expect more 'soon'.

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