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Twenty One Pilots
Twenty One Pilots (sometimes stylized twenty | one | pilots or twenty one pilots) is an American musical duo from Columbus, Ohio.
The band was formed in 2009 and consists of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun.
They put out two self-released albums, Twenty One Pilots in 2009 and Regional at Best in 2011, before being signed by Fueled by Ramen in 2012.
They released their signed debut, Vessel, with Fueled by Ramen in 2013.
Their second signed album, Blurryface, was released on May 17, 2015 through Fueled By Ramen.Musical style and influenceTwenty One Pilots bring a mix of piano (sometimes an electronic keyboard or a keytar), synthesizer, drums (also mixed with electronic drums some parts), vocals, and occasionally ukulele.
Their songs are poetry-based (written by Tyler and Josh), and when his poetry is too long he stated that he needs to start rapping to fit the lyrics in.People typically have trouble affiliating the band to a specific genre to describe them, since they bridge so many.
However, many fans (and themselves to a degree) have labeled them "Schizophrenic pop" (also known as Schizoid pop), a technically unofficial subgenre of pop.Although many of their songs contain allusions to Christian theology and have messages (even if implied) about God, and all members of the band (past and present) are Christians, Twenty One Pilots is not considered a Christian band.In regards to their logo, Tyler Joseph stated in an interview that:According to the band, their purpose for making music is "to make people think", as well as encourage them to find joy in what they come to believe in life.
The explanation of the name, "Twenty One Pilots" comes from the play All My Sons by Arthur Miller.