Twenty One Pilots are basically the artist of the decade.
As we hurtle towards the end of 2019, we're also nearing the end of a decade - and that means a whole lot of decade-ending lists!
It was reported earlier this week that Twenty One Pilots' 'Blurryface' is officially the number one rock album of the decade - since its release in 2015, 'Blurryface' has sold over 6.5 million units worldwide, with over 1.7 million of those being sold in the US alone. It also spent nine weeks at number one in the album charts, and has so far spent 234 weeks in the chart. It's truly a monumental record.
But that's not all! Billboard has now released the chart of the Top Rock Songs of the Decade, and there's even more accolades for Twenty One Pilots.
In the Top 10 Rock Songs of the Decade, Pilots have taken out three of the top spots, with 'Heathens' in at number six, 'Ride' at number nine, and 'Stressed Out' taking out number 10.
Elesewhere on the chart, Panic! At The Disco' 'High Hopes' has placed charted at number four, which is a monumental achievement as well, given that it was only released last year.
Check out the full list of the Top Rock Songs of the Decade below:
Billboard’s Top Rock Songs of the Decade:
#4 High Hopes
#5 Ho Hey
#7 Shut Up and Dance
#8 Feel It Still
#10 Stressed Out
#12 Take Me to Church