In the video for Twenty One Pilots
' "House of Gold ", the ukulele-driven indie-rocktronica receives a surprisingly gory video treatment.
So yeah, it seems the Columbus OH band felt the perfect visuals for a sonic letter to mothers everywhere were severed bodies and levitating torsos. You know, human suffering, just in time for Halloween. Still, there is something sweet about this horror show. How did they do it? Today we go behind the scenes of the production with this exclusive look at how the band and director Warren Kommers brought it all together. Things are a little less disturbing here, as the crew ventured to nowhere California (in the shadows of the Will Smith compound...maybe?) to film the beautifully twisted video. Check out an exclusive premiere of a little rock doc below.
The duo that is twenty one pilots - Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun - has earned widespread applause for their energetic live sets and distinctive fusion of piano-driven schizoid pop and lyrical uplift. No strangers to the road, Twenty One Pilots has built a fervent national following via their electrifying live performances at innumerable headline shows and tours. The band made its Fueled By Ramen debut with a new EP titled Three Songs released Summer 2012 and was followed by a full-length album titled Vessel available now.