Blurryface (2LP) – Ohio’s crafty, genre-hopping rock duo Twenty One Pilots return with Blurryface, the wildly erratic follow-up to their 2013 major-label debut, Vessel. Instead of asking a single producer to harness their unusually diverse sound — which mixes rap, rock, emo, electronic, and even reggae — they’ve collaborated with a variety of different producers (Ricky Reed, Mike Crossey, and Tim Anderson, among others) and studios, introducing a number of new sounds, styles, and textures into their already heady mix. Since their early days building a grassroots following on the Midwestern college town music circuit, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have never short-changed their aspirations, and as they come off their most successful period yet, their upward trajectory appears to continue on the ambitious Blurryface. ~ Timothy Monger
Blurryface is the much anticipated second studio album from twenty one pilots. On the follow up to their highly successful debut Vessel, the band worked with famed producers Mike Elizondo, Mike Crossey, Tim Anderson and Ricky Reed to craft a genre bending collection of dynamic and diverse songs.
We Don’t Believe What’s on TV
Tear in My Heart