All posts tagged in twenty one pilots

  • September 10, 2020By Daryl Perry

    In the age of social media, many fans are asking those they support to speak up about important around the world. For fans of the alternative pop band, Twenty One Pilots, this situation is all too familiar. While drummer Josh Dun spoke out in support of Black Lives Matter in May, lead singer Tyler Joseph

  • August 21, 2020By Mary Dodys

    Victims of abuse always deserve a voice — that goes without question. As seen in the Me Too movement, our society has begun holding prominent abusers accountable and giving their platforms to survivors. In recent years, one aspect of the movement has grown increasingly blurry, though. As a society, we are struggling to define when

  • December 27, 2018By Mary Dodys

    Over the weekend, the 30-year-old Twenty One Pilots drummer proposed to his long-time girlfriend, Debby Ryan. He shocked many fans with the exciting news through his latest Instagram post. 25 year-old Ryan was pictured crying in the drummer’s post with her ring and later tweeted that she said yes (after a couple “no ways”). Dun

  • October 7, 2018By Mary Dodys

    After a year-long hiatus, Twenty One Pilots made their return in July with cryptic messages and the release of “Jumpsuit” and “Nico And The Niners.” Fans were excited and overwhelmed with the sudden comeback and announcement of Trench, the band’s fifth studio album. Already charting second on iTunes within a day of its release, Trench is

  • January 13, 2018By Beth Haze

    During the course of the past four years, I’ve had the opportunity to attend concerts and music festivals, seeing a total of 33 artists live. Maybe that doesn’t seem like a lot, but being from a country artists often don’t tour, it’s more than I’ve ever expected. Regardless of genre, here is a list of

  • June 25, 2017By Cassandra Kuhn

    Following the famed success of their second album Blurryface, the Grammy-award winning duo Twenty One Pilots returned to their hometown of Columbus, Ohio for five days of nostalgic and momentous concerts (and an art show). “Tour De Columbus” as it is called, brought clique members from all over the world to take part in an