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  • Twenty One Pilots Releases New Album “Clancy”

  • American alt-rock duo Twenty One Pilots, consisting of Tyler Joseph (vocals/keyboards) and Josh Dun (drums), released their seventh studio album “Clancy” on May 24, 2024 via Fueled by Ramen and Elektra Records.

    Initially, the album was supposed to be released on May 17th, but was pushed back to May 24, 2024.
    The album is the final chapter in the long-running story that began on the 2015 album “Blurryface”.
    The album is titled after the protagonist introduced in the 2018 fifth studio album “Trench”.
    Additionally, all songs were accompanied by music videos as the visual album.
    The album comprises a 13-track, produced by Tyler Joseph and Paul Meany.

    The band fronman Tyler Joseph said of the album, “'Clancy' is it's kind of our protagonist in the story that we've been telling him we've kind of been stretching the story out over the course of the last several records, actually. Clancy is the type of character who for a long time, didn't know if he was a leader or not, didn't really want to take responsibility for it.”
  • The band drummer Josh Dun told Apple Music about the album, “It feels like truly the beginning of an era, but an end to one as well - or will be. I think it's been a great place to write songs from having this kind of story in mind, but I think that definitely by no means is it the end of our band.”

  • The duo explained about some tracks for the album.

    “Overcompensate“ via BBC Radio 1
    Tyler Joseph: “This song Overcompensate being the first track on the record, it's gonna be the first song we play live when we start touring. There's a bit of confidence and a bit of a swagger in it that character really needed to embody in order to take on the new role that the story we've been telling and Clancy's like going to rise up as that person.
    There's a lyric in the chorus that talks about a dangerous bend symbol, and it's a certain sign it's like a zigzag sign that basically says 'hey, up ahead,' slow down and there's a there's a sharp term. And I just remember thinking it's kind of cheesy, I guess, but a bit of an analogy in certain seasons of my life where I would just completely ignore those sorts of signs. And just go full speed ahead and kind of learn the hard way in some ways. So, a bit of that 'Overcompensate' is over correcting your steering when trying to get back on course.“

    “Midwest Indigo”
    Tyler Joseph: “It was a song to Ohio and where we grew up in the midwest specifically... that feeling of driving to school, and barely being able to see out the window.”

    “The Craving (Jenna's Version)” via BBC Radio 1
    Tyler Joseph: “I wrote the song about my relationship with my wife but kind of tapped into earlier on in our relationship when I was trying to woo her. But it was interesting I wrote it at the kitchen table. You know, with a couple of our kids on either side of us kind of a crazy time to be thinking back to when we weren't sure if we were going to be a thing or not. And here what I was writing a song on the ukulele with two children eating their food on either side of me. So that's kind of where the song came about.”

    “Lavish” via Apple Music
    Josh Dun: “Maybe there are conversations that will happen between friends who have followed the storyline and maybe have some kind of arguments over what the outcome was. And I think that's cool.”

    “Oldies Station”
    Tyler Joseph: “I felt like you guys... deserved to know how I'm doing and... maybe how I got here through my journey. I just want to say thank you guys and I was thinking of you when I wrote this.”
  • source : Apple Music
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