Twenty One Pilots are one of the most successful bands working today. Singer-songwriter Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun have created a worldwide fanbase owing to their knack for mixing genres and their sensational live shows.
But it took some time for them to gain such a large following. Their first two albums – Self-titled and Regional at Best – were released independently and were much less successful than the band’s subsequent records.
Thankfully, their major-label debut – Vessel – propelled them into the mainstream thanks to the popularity of singles such as ‘Holding Onto You’, ‘House of Gold’, and ‘Car Radio’. And just two years later, Joseph and Dun’s success rocketed with the release of Blurryface, which remains the band's most well-known record. Though their following release – Trench – wasn’t quite as popular, it was still loved by fans and critics alike.
With five albums to their name, Twenty One Pilots now have a sizeable catalogue for new listeners to dig into. And whilst the band have had plenty of great singles, some of their best work is much more obscure...