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Twenty One Pilots have debuted a live version of ‘Level Of Concern’ on US telly

The duo brought in a range of collaborators for the performance - including Ned
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Published: 4:43 pm, May 26, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Twenty One Pilots have debuted a live version of ‘Level Of Concern’ on US telly

Twenty One Pilots took to US telly over the past few days, to debut a live take on recent single ‘Level Of Concern’

Split across various locations, their performance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon saw the band give a new life to the track - featuring trumpets, singalong chants and even an appearance from fan favourite Ned (that’ll be the creature going for it on the electric guitar near the end…)

‘Level Of Concern’ was released last month as a standalone new track, recorded whilst in quarantine

Check out their performance of ‘Level Of Concern’ below. This’d sound bloody great in a big ‘ol field eh?! Maybe next year…

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