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Twenty One Pilots are teasing a new video or something for Friday

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Published: 10:47 pm, June 10, 2020
Twenty One Pilots are teasing a new video or something for Friday

Twenty One Pilots have posted a new teaser video online.

The short clip features their latest single 'Level Of Concern', along with the code LOC-061-220-2012P - which looks likely to mean 'Level of Concern 06-12-2020 12pm', which is the date and time an accompanying YouTube video is set to premiere.

For those in the UK, that's Friday 12th June, at 5pm.

The duo's first new music since the release of 2018's 'Trench', frontman Tyler Joseph says of the song that they're “always writing, but this one feels like it should just come out now. I think it’s simple but hopeful."

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