Watch: Twenty One Pilots take fans behind the scenes for ‘Jumpsuit’

It’s been a few months since Twenty One Pilots surprised the Clique by releasing their first post-hiatus song and its accompanying music video, On Thursday (Sept. 6), the duo decided to treat fans to a behind-the-scenes look at what it took to create the music video for Trench‘s lead single, “Jumpsuit.”

The eight-minute clip begins with the music video’s director, Andrew Donoho (“Heathens” “Heavydirtysoul”), explaining how a two-week trip to Iceland and seeing the canyons (where the video was filmed) gave him the desire to film something at that location.

“Two years ago, I did a nice little 15-day trip around Iceland and I was always shocked at the craziness and the expanse of the canyons,” Donoho explains in the video.

“You’ll see it on camera, but in person it’s even wilder because you feel like you’re totally surrounded and enveloped. So I went hiking with some friends and I’ve wanted to film here since.”

As it turns out, after listening to Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun describe the world of Trench, the director knew that it would be the perfect fit to film the album’s music videos at the Icelandic canyons.

“When I kinda heard about the world Tyler and the team had created, I was super pumped because it described to the tee exactly what I had seen here, so it all worked out.”

The clip doesn’t just follow Donoho, it also follows Joseph, Dun, and the rest of the crew who participated in the creation of the “Jumpsuit” music video. Throughout the video, the viewer also watches as Dun gives a tour of different areas in the canyon, but it’s hard to know whether he’s being sarcastic or giving legitimate information. Watch the full clip above and make up your own mind.

“Jumpsuit” is the lead single from Twenty One Pilots’ forthcoming album. Trench is due out Oct. 5 through Fueled By Ramen. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available here. Joining “Jumpsuit” on the upcoming record will be previously released tracks “Nico and the Niners,” “Levitate,” and “My Blood.”

Watch the Foo Fighters Rock a Tiny Venue for Record Store Day


It came as no surprise to anyone that this year’s honor of Record Store Day Ambassador was given to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, because come on, that guy lives and breathes rock and roll.

In honor of the music holiday, Grohl and the rest of the Foo Fighters decided to go to a small record store in Niles, OH and give the residence of the town a one of a kind performance at their neighborhood record store, Record Connection.

Now, a month after the performance which took place on April 18, the band have released a short, barely four-minute long, behind-the-scenes look at what went on that day.

Footage from the video includes interviews with fans and Record Connection owner Jeff Burke. According to Burke, and his brother, their father wanted him to open an ice cream shop. Instead, he went ahead and opened a record store which has been in business in the same shopping center for 32 years!

Now, that’s something.

You also get to see how much equipment the Foo Fighters packed into that small space, that even Burke was surprised/impressed by it.

Check out the video below.

The Foo Fighters are currently across the pond finishing up their European tour dates. They’ll return home after their performance at Glastonbury at the end of June.

Behind the Scenes of Taking Back Sunday’s New Video


For fans of Taking Back Sunday, the good news just kept on coming for them.

First it was the announcement that a new album, Happiness Is.., will be coming out in March followed by news that they would be heading out on a co-headlining tour with The Used. After the tour dates had been revealed, they followed it up by releasing the official music video for their lead single “Flicker, Fade.”

Today, the band have released a “Making the Video” behind the scenes video through Alternative Press giving a little of insight on what it took to make it.

The video has been posted below and after that you can see all the tour dates for TBS and The Used.


3/18/2014-Marquee Theater, PHOENIX, AZ

3/21/2014-In the Venue, SALT LAKE CITY, UT

3/22/2014-In the Venue, SALT LAKE CITY, UT

3/23/2014-Knitting Factory, BOISE, ID

3/25/2014- Warfield- SAN FRANCISCO, CA

3/27/2014- Palladium, LOS ANGELES, CA

3/28/2014-House of Blues, SAN DIEGO, CA

3/29/2014-Extreme Thing, LAS VEGAS, NV

4/1/2014- Ogden Theatre, DENVER, CO

4/1/2014- Ogden Theatre, DENVER, CO

4/2/2014-Sokol, OMAHA, NE

4/4/2014- Eagles Ballroom, MILWAUKEE, WI

4/5/2014- Concord Music Hall, CHICAGO, IL

4/6/2014- Fillmore, DETROIT, MI

4/8/2014- Kool Haus, TORONTO, ON

4/9/2014- The Armory, ROCHESTER, NY

4/11/2014- Webster Theatre, HARTFORD, CT

4/12/2014- House of Blues, BOSTON, MA

4/13/2014- Tower Theatre, PHILADELPHIA, PA

4/15/2014- Best Buy Theatre, NEW YORK, NY

4/19/2014- Sands, BETHLEHEM, PA

4/22/2014- Fillmore, SILVER SPRING, MD

4/24/2014- The Tabernacle, ATLANTA, GA

4/26/2014- Revolution, FT LAUDERDALE, FL

4/27/2014- House of Blues, ORLANDO, FL

LIGHTS Posts Behind-The-Scenes Video of ‘Siberia Acoustic’


LIGHTS has released a behind-the-scenes video for the making of her new acoustic album, Siberia Acoustic. The video which was featured on her Purevolume page, follows the Canadian sweetheart making the ten track acoustic album and the process at painstakingly taking the tracks back to the bare minimum.

The video can be seen below:

The album was released today and is currently up for grabs on iTunes.

Behind the Scene of fun.s’ “Carry On”


fun. have become one of the year’s biggest bands thanks in part to their super catchy song, “We Are Young” which was then followed by “Some Night.”

Now you can see the band in some behind the scenes look at the making for their newest music video for the song “Carry On”

In case you haven’t already heard, their album Some Nights has been certified platinum.