Twenty One Pilots have finally broken their year-long silence
Twenty One Pilots have finally broken their silence following a year long hiatus. Earlier this week we were busy decoding, hypothesising and investigating whether or not the end was nigh.
Today, we finally have confirmation.
The two most mysterious men in music have finally broken their silence. They did it in the most Twenty One Pilots way imaginable. By sending a cryptic email to their fans. Yes, you read that correctly… email.
The email was sent to the fans who are subscribed to the bands newsletter. It featured a gif of a closing eye with a subject line reading “ARE YOU STILL SLEEPING?”.
I think its safe to say that we are definitely not sleeping and are desperately trying to reattach our wigs that have been collectively snatched.
Seriously, the clique are freaking out:
I can’t believe @twentyonepilots has access to every social media imaginable and they’re using EMAIL to end the hiatus and reach out directly to fans who care the most, who have been waiting, who have been decoding their clues… im soft
— laura • warped 8 (@twrsofsilence) July 6, 2018
twenty one pilots comes off hiatus sending out emails to fans instead of a grand radio announcement, or even a twitter post that would get heaps of attention. this is for us right now. i love them so much
— Anya misses paramore (@odetovenus) July 6, 2018
Twenty one pilots: *sends e-mail to the clique*
— Mal (@malyeene) July 6, 2018
We’ve received no confirmation as to when we can be expecting new music, I swear not even the government are this proficient in guarding confidential information. Only yesterday we were speculating that new music might be on its way today, so we can still hope.
Incase you missed it, the band delivered this cryptic message to fans yesterday, from an enigmatic Clancy.
The message reads:
“They’re asleep. The night took forever to arrive, and now we’re almost ready. We’ve studied the watchers, and know that there’s no chance that we can step through unnoticed. So, instead of trying to hide ourselves, we’ll make sure that all of us are noticed. It’s been one year since the last convocation, and tomorrow’s Annual Assemblage of Glorified will be the biggest spectacle this concrete coffin of a city has seen all year.
If we time it right, we’ll divert the attention of the watchers and finally take the step through. We’ve had no contact, but we’re hoping the other side will be able to find a way in. We’re not sure of the breach location, but we are willing to risk being smeared in order to find it. We know that we must go lower, and wait for the torches. They’ve never seen anything quite like this, and by morning, everything will be different. I’m terrified and excited, all at the same time. They don’t control us.”
There is nothing more exhilarating and exhausting than being a Twenty One Pilots fan, but we are thrilled to announce that it’s over, and we no longer have to sit in silence. |-/
The article was originally published on Don't Bore Us