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TWENTY ØNE PILØTS SHARE “CHLORINE” OFFICIAL VIDEO

Pic by Reel Bear Media

Twenty One Pilots have shared an official music video for “Chlorine,” which is directed by longtime collaborator Reel Bear Media and streaming now on the band’s YouTube channel.

“Chlorine” is featured on Twenty One Pilots’ acclaimed new LP TRENCH, which made a stunning global impact upon release this past October.  The RIAA gold certified collection earned the GRAMMY® Award winning duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun their biggest sales week ever in the U.S., with 175,000 units sold in its first week. An extraordinary achievement for the Columbus, OH band who moved 135,000 copies of TRENCHin pure album sales without the aid of a ticket / album bundle for their worldwide headline “Bandito Tour.”  TRENCH — with over 52 Million on-demand audio streams its first week — also marked the largest streaming week (debut or otherwise) in the U.S. for a rock album.  A trueglobal phenomenon amassing 110 Million streams worldwide in its first week, TRENCH earned Twenty One Pilots Top 5 chart debuts around the globe including the U.S., U.K., Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Scotland, and Sweden, with #1 debuts in Australia, New Zealand, and The Netherlands. TRENCH is available worldwide at all DSPs and www.twentyonepilots.com.

Twenty One Pilots are set to continue the first leg of their global headline “Bandito Tour” this month with sold out performances across Europe (see attached itinerary).  The band will then return to North America for a second leg of the “Bandito Tour,” which will see Twenty One Pilots traversing Mexico, Canada, and the U.S. this spring.  The new dates are set to kickoff May 1st at Monterrey, Mexico’s Arena Monterrey and will continue through a two-night hometown stand at Columbus, Ohio’s Nationwide Arena on June 29th and 30th.  For complete details and ticket availability on Twenty One Pilots’ “Bandito Tour,” visit www.twentyonepilots.com/banditotour.

JANUARY

30 – Palace of Sports – Kiev, Ukraine

FEBRUARY

2 – VTB Arena – Moscow, Russia (SOLD OUT)

4 – Ice Palace – St. Petersburg, Russia (SOLD OUT)

6 – Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland

8 – Ericsson Globe Arena – Stockholm, Sweden

9 – Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway

11 – Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark

12 – Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany

14 – Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin, Germany

15 – Atlas Arena – Lodz, Poland (SOLD OUT)

16 – The O2 Arena – Prague, Czech Republic (SOLD OUT)

17 – Wiener Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria (SOLD OUT)

21 – Unipol Arena – Bologna, Italy (SOLD OUT)

23 – Hallenstadion Zurich – Zurich, Switzerland

24 – Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle – Stuttgart, Germany

25 – Lanxess Arena – Cologne, Germany

27 – Genting Arena – Birmingham, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

MARCH

1 – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland (SOLD OUT)

2 – SSE Arena Belfast – Belfast, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

4 – The SSE Hydro Arena – Glasgow, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

5 – Manchester Arena – Manchester, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

7 – The SSE Arena Wembley – London, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

8 – The SSE Arena Wembley – London, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

9 – The SSE Arena Wembley – London, United Kingdom (SOLD OUT)

11 – Accorhotels Arena – Paris, France (SOLD OUT)

12 – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands (SOLD OUT)

13 – Palais 12 – Brussels, Belgium (SOLD OUT)

15 – Bizkaia Arena (BEC!) – Bilbao, Spain

16 – WiZink Center – Madrid, Spain (SOLD OUT)

17 – Altice Arena – Lisbon, Portugal

28 – Asuncionico 2019 – Asuncion, Paraguay*

29 – Lollapalooza – Buenos Aires, Argentina*

29 – Lollapalooza – Santiago, Chile*

APRIL

5 – Lollapalooza – Sao Paolo, Brazil*

5 – Festival Estereo Picnic – Bogota, Colombia*

MAY

1 – Arena Monterrey – Monterrey, Mexico

3 – Sports Palace – Mexico City, Mexico

4 – Sports Palace – Mexico City, Mexico

6 – ARENA VFG – Guadalajara, Mexico

12 – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC

14 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB

15 – Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB

17 – Bell MTS Place – Winnipeg, MB

20 – Budweiser Gardens – London, ON

21 – Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre – Ottawa, ON

22 – Bell Centre – Montreal, QC

24 – Boston Calling – Boston, MA*

28 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON

29 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON

31 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI

 

JUNE

1 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, NY

4 – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

5 – Prudential Center- Newark, NJ

7 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA

8 – Boardwalk Hall – Atlantic City, NJ

9 – John Paul Jones Arena – Charlottesville, VA

11 – PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC

12 – Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC

14 – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL

15 – AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, FL

16 – Amway Center – Orlando, FL

18 – Legacy Arena at the BJCC – Birmingham, AL

19 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA

21 – Toyota Center – Houston, TX

22 – AT&T Center – San Antonio, TX

23 – Frank Erwin Center – Austin, TX

25 – Chesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City, OK

26 – FedExForum – Memphis, TN

28 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN

29 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OH (SOLD OUT)

30 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, OH (SOLD OUT)

AUGUST

13 – Sziget Festival – Budapest Hungary*

24 – Reading Festival – Reading, United Kingdom*

25 – Leeds Festival – Wetherby, United Kingdom*

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