Twenty One Pilots are releasing a brand new song this week
6 April 2020, 12:28 | Updated: 6 April 2020, 17:08
Twenty One Pilots' Tyler Joseph has tweeted that a new song from the duo will be finished in "a few days", despite becoming a new father with wife Jenna just last month.
Twenty One Pilots stans, this could be your week, because Tyler Joseph has revealed that new music is coming. Like soon. In fact, he's taken to Twitter to ask fans to "give him a few days" to finish it up.
Although he became a dad for the first time last month to baby Rosie when wife Jenna gave birth, it seems like he's been spending his time since writing some epic new songs, and what's more, he's even said he "feels like it should just come out now." BREATHE.
Announcing the news on social media, Tyler said that the new track is the “first song” he’s ever written on an electric guitar, and “it’s simple but hopeful”.
All proceeds from the song will be going to a charity called Crew Nation, which helps people in the music industry that are currently out of work.
first song i ever wrote on electric guitar.— tyler jøseph (@tylerrjoseph) April 5, 2020
i think it’s simple but hopeful.
no one knows when live music will get back on its feet. i’ve met so many amazing people working venues and touring with bands. hopefully we can do something to help some through this song.— tyler jøseph (@tylerrjoseph) April 5, 2020
In reference to the ongoing coronavirus situation, Tyler also added: "no one knows when live music will get back on its feet. I've met so many amazing people working venues and touring with bands. Hopefully we can do something to help some through this song."
A charitable king.
This new music will be the first since Twenty One Pilots’ 2018 album TRENCH, and it looks like the latest bop could be coming as quickly as he plans, as he posted, "Josh, I'm sending you some files" in reference to bandmate Josh Dun. We damn well hope he has those notifications turned on.
Only a few months ago, 2015 album Blurryface, was named biggest rock album of the decade after it spent 234 weeks in the charts, so we've got some seriously high hopes for the new record.
DROP IT NOW.