'One Little Lie'? More like MANY, MANY BIG LIES.
"So, what is real and what isn't? What is a reflection or projection? Does it even matter if I know - does knowing change anything? History can be revised." - Cory Brandan.
Bet you can't guess which one takes the crown.
"Tay is still from In Crowd, that’s true, but there is more. The fight to have people see that was the most frustrating thing, but now I feel so clear about what SAINTE is and who am I. It makes me even more grateful to have been able to do anything.” - Tay Jardine.
"If there has been anything that we have learned... it's that we should keep on moving on through it all.” - Joshua Moore on the future of We Came As Romans.
When she's not busy being the voice behind PVRIS, it turns out that Lynn Gunn lends her incredible vocal prowess to a handful of other songs as well.
Alex Gaskarth On Simple Creatures:“We Don’t Want To Do Anything That Sounds Like What We Already Do”
"We both were very much aware of the day jobs that are going to still have to come first." - Alex Gaskarth.
From reworked masterpieces to incredible covers, it's been quite a journey.
"If there's any core to the record, it would be degradation or disintegration." - Mike Hranica.
"It’s kind of a 'gleeful middle-finger to everything’ sentiment, because that's exactly what this project was." - Alex Gaskarth.
It's one of the most anticipated albums of the year - and we're giving you an inside scoop.
It's Derek DiScanio's birthday! To celebrate we have scoured the musical landscape for seven times that the voice of State Champs has popped up on other people's songs. Get stuck in.
We aren’t letting anyone else decide what our next step is or what tour we should play or what we are going to sound like." - Caleb DeRusha.
MAKE IT HAPPEN.
Stepping outside your lane isn't always a bad thing, you know?
We all know that the world's a broken bone. But melt your headaches, do this quiz.
Twenty One Pilots have never done things by half. Every record that they have produced over their varied, colourful, boundary smashing career has been nothing less than a triumph for all that have let it into their hearts, souls and minds. Yet with ‘Trench’, there is something different. Something deeper. There’s something that makes it the most important moment of their time as a band.
Just come out to LA, already.
On the fifth anniversary of its release, we look back on how Gerard Way's first release as a solo artist showed off a completely different character to anything that we had seen previously.
It's been over a year now since Twenty One Pilots dropped the video for 'Jumpsuit' and kickstarted the 'Trench' era. The 12+ months that followed have been nothing short of a whirlwind, and a LOT has happened. So here is everything that the band have achieved in that time in one bitesize chunk for you.