Twenty One Pilots Are Releasing A Vinyl-Exclusive Live Album
Christmas shopping is always, without fail, the single most soul-suckingly painful tradition that, no matter how much you stalk their Facebook wall, will always end with you crying into your mall pretzel as you wreak havoc on your brain over what to buy that one cousin you haven’t even spoken to in, like, three fucking years.
Blessed be thy smol beans, though, because for all of the wax-hungry emos in the family, Twenty One Pilots have you covered. The alt-pop twosome have announced a full-length concert album just in time for the holidays, and it’s… Exclusive to vinyl, for some reason?
Blurryface Live was recorded at the Fox Theatre in their home state of Ohio last year, originally for a TV special but now headed for a 3x 12″ package that’ll run you a neat $100. Justifying its price with ~aesthetic~ red and black picture discs housed in a slick triple gatefold, the release is set to meet hands on November 25th via Fueled By Ramen.
As its title so sneakily hints, Blurryface Live is pillared on cuts from Twenty One Pilots’ 2015 breakthrough opus, Blurryface. The duo have toured Australia twice since its release – once with the album having just hit shelves, and again this year with Groovin The Moo (and some immediately sold-out sideshows) – with a third tour lined up for April 2017.
That tour, as per the intense devotion mainstream radio have shown the band, will hit arenas in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, with a couple of NZ dates in Wellington and Auckland to boot.
Suss out “Heavydirtysoul” from Blurryface Live below!
Blurryface Live drops November 25th via Fueled By Ramen
Pre-order it: Webstore
2. Stressed Out
3. Guns For Hands
6. We Don’t Believe What’s On TV
7. The Judge
8. Lane Boy
9. (Medley Mashup)
11. Message Man
12. Holding On To You
14. The Run And Go
15. Tear In My Heart
16. Car Radio
Twenty One Pilots
Friday March 24th – TSB Bank Arena, Wellington NZ
Saturday March 25th – Vector Arena, Auckland NZ
Monday March 27th – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Wednesday March 29th – Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Friday March 31st – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday April 1st – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Saturday April 8th – Perth Arena, Perth