Late last night the alternative rockers’ Twenty One Pilots released Trench, their fifth studio album and follow up to 2015’s Blurryface.
During a recent interview with Rose Riddell of Coup De Main, the Grammy-award winning duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun sat down to discuss the upcoming release of Trench.
“…one of the most exciting moments is when our album comes out — it’s something we’ve worked really hard on, and we’re still pretty nervous about it. We don’t know how it’s going to do, or if people are going to enoy it. Hopefully they do.”
The album includes 14 tracks and features the previously released singles Levitate, My Blood, and Nico And The Niners.
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The Most Underrated Classic Rock Bands Of All Time
20. The Rolling Stones
Whoa, wait a minute. How can one of the biggest classic rock bands of all time be considered underrated? It’s true that The Rolling Stones are one of the most popular and longest-running acts in music history, but I’ve always felt that Mick and the boys don’t get the recognition they deserve. Alongside The Beatles, the Rolling Stones were among the biggest rock acts of the ’60s British Invasion, but whereas The Beatles were heralded as innovators and pop icons, the Stones were often written off as a dirty-sounding blues outfit that, while catchy, couldn’t hope to match the Fab Four’s artistic endeavors.
Everyone talks about how incredible a writing duo John Lennon and Paul McCartney were, but Mick Jagger and Keith Richards also penned some of the most enduring rock songs of all time. Even though the Stones have had way more misses in their career than The Beatles ever did – which is liable to happen when your career spans more than five decades – they were making incredible music at the same time The Beatles were and while they weren’t as revolutionary, the Rolling Stones have proven just as enduring (if not more so). I don’t know, maybe I’m just full of it here, but the Stones deserve more respect than they get, if that’s even possible.