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Twenty | One | Pilots rocks out

When Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph walked on stage dressed in skeleton suits, the sold-out crowd at Howard’s Club H cheered.

Dun, the drummer and Joseph, singer and musician, make up the music duo known as Twenty | One | Pilots.

The band played at Howard’s on Thursday night with other bands such as the opening band We Are Public Radio followed by New Politics.

The duo has performed in Bowling Green once before, prior to being signed to a label. Joseph said the show was intense and the interaction between the people on stage and those who came to see the show is what it’s all about.

“When you can blur the lines between who’s the band and who’s the crowd, that’s when you know it’s a good show,” Joseph said. “Venues like [Howard’s] promote this.”

The band started its set with the song “Ode to Sleep” and performed others such as “Screen,” “Car Radio” and a cover of Montell Jordan’s “This is How We do it.”

Andy Dolson, lead singer and keyboardist for We Are Public Radio, said it’s crazy how Twenty | One | Pilots has grown after they signed to record label Fueled By Ramen.

“I’ve seen them play for audiences a fourth of the size here tonight, but they’ve put on the same show ever since the first time I’ve seen them,” Dolsen said. “I think they’re great.”

Freshman Jake Wright attended the show and has been a fan of Twenty | One |Pilots for four years.

“They can turn a room into a crazy environment,” Wright said. “The show was insane and there’s really no words to describe it.”

After jumping off a piano, dancing on the bar and crowd surfing during the set, the pair walked off stage to an excited crowd.

Dun said they want people to people start to think heavily into their songs and try to get into the music a little more.

“The goal is to encourage people into thinking deeper into song meanings,” Dun said.

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