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What does "Fake You Out" by Twenty One Pilots mean?

I became a Twenty One Pilots fan my first year of grad school when I was meeting up with some friends in a parking lot. Twenty-One-Pilots-Early-Adopter Heather had her car door open and was playing "Car Radio" pretty loudly. The song sounded weird, and I didn't think much of it, but I kept hearing it around, so I pulled it up on YouTube and eventually bought it or something (maybe used Spotify?).

Deeper Meaning of Twenty One Pilots's "Heathens": Witnessing and the Church?

I explained the meaning of Twenty One Pilots's new single "Heathens." My argument was that it addressed new fans of the band, telling them to be careful around members of the Skeleton Clique (Twenty One Pilots's VERY enthusiastic fanbase). I thought Tyler Joseph, the lead singer and songwriter for the band, was maybe even telling people to be careful about being judgmental towards those they didn't understand.

What does "Heathens" by Twenty One Pilots mean?

It's (basically) a rule that Twenty One Pilots doesn't write in the same genre twice. And we can definitely hear that here with "Heathens." The song is part grunge, maybe part R&B, and part pop. It reminds me of "Fairly Local" more than any other song by them, but even then it's iffy. You can listen if you like and let me know what you think (unless the leaked location I've been listening to has already been removed). Alternatively, I recommend searching for it on Twitter; there seem to be many uploads of the song there. 

Podcast: What does "Kitchen Sink" by Twenty One Pilots mean?

"Kitchen Sink" is an awesome song. I love just about anything that Twenty One Pilots puts out, and this song from a while back is not an exception. Take a listen to the song and then check out the song itself and then listen to my explanation of what a "Kitchen Sink" is. Be warned that that is a mystery you're not going to figure out without a little help or some research. I know needed to ask for help with this one.

The Meaning of Blurryface's Album Cover

When Twenty One Pilots released Blurryface, they designed their album cover to be very symbolic and very cryptic just as Tyler Joseph promised. In an interview with Alternative Press, he says, "There are so many layers-both literally and in the meaning of the album cover-that are so important to Josh & I. We've worked very hard on it. We can't wait for you guys to discover it once you get your hands on it. But every element was very thought-through, and very intentional."