Here’s why Twenty One Pilots fans think the hiatus is ending this week

Written by Bianca Davino on 2nd July, 2018
Here’s why Twenty One Pilots fans think the hiatus is ending this week

As revealed back in April, twenty one pilots effectively sent fans into a Code-Red level meltdown with the creation of a new website that potentially directed us to when we could expect new music from the band. Unfortunately, to avail, we’ve yet to hear a new tune, a fresh bop or a side-stepping banger from the team.

After that, a new fan theory emerged, utilising FBI-level sleuthing skills that connected a plethora of hints that focused on the date of July 7th, 2017 – the day the band announced their hiatus.

Now, the band have yet again, teased us with the proof that they are in fact alive and preparing to grace the world with the next era of TOP. On their newly updated DEMA website, the band have uploaded a distorted, barely audible 8-second clip of what we’re hoping could be a new track. Listen to it here.

As per usual, the Clique were quick to jump on the track to figure out its potential meaning. The Twitter account top_today uploaded a pitched and reversed version of the clip, which reveals that it is Tyler’s voice in the recording.

The file name for the track is listed as  “_ _ n_ot_myo_nly_fri_en d” which top_today noted, “there are 7 dashes. seven days from now is july 6th, a year since the day the eye was closing. also, note the space between en and d. you can interpret this as fri and end being two different words instead of friend. friday = the end of the hiatus. july 6th is a friday. be ready.”

That’s right folks, the hiatus may be over as soon as this Friday, July 6th – out of all the far-reaching theories and clues, this seems the most convincing to us. It could be us just wishful thinking in the hopes of hearing new music, but we’d like to leave it in the hands of higher powers and pray for a miracle.

Another clued-in fan has picked up that the band are currently listed to perform at Lollapalooza 2019 in Argentina, proving that they will most definitely be in action in 2019.

Whilst you wait impatiently for Friday (hopefully), sit back and enjoy one of the best tracks off Blurryface. 

Listen to ‘Ride’ off Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface: 

The article was originally published on Don't Bore Us