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July 23, 2015


Twenty One Pilots are having an amazing year. The duo's fourth studio album, ‘Blurryface’, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 — and now, the band’s most recent video has gone viral, reaching over 800K views in a matter of days.

The rock band released the music video for “Lane Boy” on Monday, and it features footage shot during the band’s performance at Bunbury Festival in Connecticut. The song is from the band’s latest album, which was released this past May. Before the duo began playing "Lane Boy" at the festival, lead-singer Tyler Joseph asked the crowd to kneel at his signal for the video. The thousands of fans eagerly participated, kneeling for a few moments before the explosive final minute of the track.


Check out the video below, and watch for footage from their energetic set at Bunbury around the 2-minute mark:

The band is undertaking a massive tour for the remainder of the year. Their over 60 upcoming 2015 tour dates span across the entire world, and include a stop at Montreal’s Osheaga in August and Toronto’s Sound Academy on September 13th. 


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