Twenty One Pilots‘ ‘unending’ video for ‘Stage Of Concern’ has truly come to an in depth, six months after it was first launched.
Again in June the band called on fans to submit video for the visuals, forming a continuing stay stream of robotically generated footage that adjustments each time the tune restarts.
“Dance, animate, costume up, get artistic, be bizarre and have enjoyable,” the band requested of followers of their call-out on the time.
“For the final 178 days followers have been producing a unending music video for ‘Stage of Concern’,” the band wrote on Twitter this week, saying the top of the stream. “Nicely, we thought it was by no means going to finish.”
In an accompanying spoof video, the band’s Josh Dun explains that the one approach the stream will finish is that if the facility will get reduce, earlier than doing precisely that after overloading a Christmas tree with lights. Watch the video under.
for the final 178 days followers have been producing a unending music video for Stage of Concern. properly, we thought it was by no means going to finish. pic.twitter.com/FxoZVg2qi5
— twenty one pilots (@twentyonepilots) December 16, 2020
Frontman Tyler Joseph, in the meantime, offered a more in-depth apology this week following a tweet that poked fun at the idea of him “using his platforms” that attracted criticism across the Black Lives Matter motion this yr.
Forward of a charity livestreamed Fortnite tournament, Joseph took to Twitch to apologise as soon as extra. “It was incorrect and I shouldn’t have performed it,” he mentioned. “I see now how I might have harm some folks, and it did harm folks.”
Again in the summertime, Joseph suggested that the band may release their next album “sooner than we were planning”. The follow-up comes after their launch of ‘Trench’ two years in the past.
In a four-star review of their last album, NME wrote that the LP was “the sound of a band ratcheting up the ambition with out ever being pulled down by an undertow of pretentiousness. It’s extra low-key than ‘Blurryface’, however finally extra rewarding.”