Twenty One Pilots announce ‘Blurryface Live’ album


Twenty One Pilots’ 2016 has been one of the biggest years for the duo. Between a massively successful summer tour and taking over top 20 radio, it seems like their 2017 may follow in suit. On Tuesday (Nov. 1), the Ohio-founded act announced plans to wrap up the year with the release of a live album. The record, which has been titled Blurryface Live is set to be released on Nov. 25 through Fueled by Ramen. The album, which will feature an 18-song track list, was recorded during their show at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA over the summer.

The track list features a mix of old songs like “Car Radio” and “Guns for Hands” as well as newer tracks like “Stressed Out” and “The Judge.” The upcoming live album will be released as a three-piece vinyl set with each vinyl featuring a live shot of the duo performing. Currently, there are two packages for Blurryface Live available on the band’s website. The first package features the three-piece vinyl set, alone, while the second package features the three-piece vinyl set as well as an exclusive “we” t-shirt. Pre-orders for both sets can be found on the band’s webstore here.

The Blurryface Live album announcement comes a week after it was confirmed that the duo would perform at the 2016 American Music Awards alongside Green Day and Lady Gaga. In addition to performing, they are also nominated for a total of three awards including “Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock,” “Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock,” and “Artist of the Year.” The 2016 American Music Awards is set to air live on Sunday, Nov. 20, beginning at 8 p.m. on ABC. For now, the complete track listing for Blurryface Live can be seen below.


“Stressed Out”
“Guns for Hands”
“We Don’t Believe What’s on TV”
“The Judge”
“Lane Boy”
“(Medley Mashup)”
“Message Man”
“Holding on to You”
“The Run and Go”
“Tear in My Heart”
“Car Radio”

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