Posted January 23rd 2017 in News

LNTV: Twenty One Pilots Best Bits

Loving Twenty-One Pilots is the easy part of being in the Skeleton Clique. The Clique is a devoted crowd with plenty to offer, kinda like their fearless leaders. The hard part of loving TOP so much? Deciding on which moment is your favorite. Is it their TV performances? Or their dynamic live shows? Is it their need to tweet conversations while they sit right next to each other?

One can only hope that their New Zealand/Australia leg of the Emotional Roadshow tour will bring more treasured moments from the two. We were tempted to show those who will be seeing TOP for the first time some favorite tour moments, but you gotta experience THAT magic for the first time all on your own. If you really can't wait here's a first look at the first show on their current tour. 

Here's a not-even-close-to-comprehensive round up the cutest/best/funniest moments from TOP since the Blurryface album debut. It should tide you over 'til the duo hit your town. You're welcome.

Tattooing Each Other

The winner of the TOP debate got to tattoo the loser, so naturally Tyler and Josh both decided to get tattoos of each others names rather than not getting tattooed at all.

Their AMA's Speech

Their need to thank the fans and to promote hardworking bands kinda stole our hearts. Along with point blank stating there really was no one else to thank and not seeming to care. The punk rock boys sure do know how to own their fans hearts ... Even if Josh was about to puke.

'Heathens' Film Clip

The movie may have been universally panned but the song and film clip was one of the year's best. 

Twitter Conversations ... too each other

Live TV Performances

AMA’s were cool but their VMA performance with A$AP Rocky is still probably one of the highlights of the Blurryface run..

How They Met

Since the beginning of TOP time, Tyler and Josh have been making up how they met, but this album cycle they got PRETTY wild with their stories. Our personal favorite? Tinder.



On tour with Live Nation