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List of songs recorded by Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots performing at Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms in 2014

Tyler Joseph has released five studio albums with Twenty One Pilots, the most recent being Trench. While the original line-up had included bassist Nick Thomas and drummer Chris Salih, Josh Dun replaced the two on drums in 2011, and remains a part of the duo to this day.

A list of albums by Twenty One Pilots and the chart listings of them and the band's songs can be found on the Twenty One Pilots discography article.

Contents

SongsEdit

 
Songwriter and artist Ricky Reed assisted in producing the duo's breakthrough album, Blurryface.
 
Paul Meany, frontman of alternative rock band Mutemath helped in producing the band's fifth album, Trench.
Title Length Release Year Notes
"A Car, a Torch, a Death" 4:34 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Addict with a Pen" 4:47 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Air Catcher" 4:13 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Anathema" 3:59 Regional at Best 2011
  • Some lyrics derived from the song "Blasphemy" of Joseph's solo-album No Phun Intended
"Bandito" 5:31 Trench 2018
"Be Concerned"
(featuring Jocef Michael)
4:08 Regional at Best 2011
"Before You Start Your Day" 3:53 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Can't Help Falling in Love" 2:55 Holding on to You (EP) 2012
"Cancer" 3:56 Rock Sound Presents: The Black Parade 2016
"Car Radio" 5:14 Regional at Best 2011
"Car Radio"
(Re-recorded version)
4:27 Vessel 2013
  • Single
"Chlorine" 5:24 Trench 2018
  • "Chlorine - Alt Mix", a shorter version of the song, was released for radio play. This version lacks the outro seen in the original.
"Chlorine (19.4326° N, 99.1332° W)" 3:59 Location Sessions 2019
  • Live performance
"Clear" 3:39 Regional at Best 2011
"Cut My Lip" 4:43 Trench 2018
"Cut My Lip (40.6782° N, 73.9442° W)" 4:19 Location Sessions 2019
  • Live performance
"Doubt" 3:11 Blurryface 2015
"Fairly Local" 3:27 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
"Fake You Out" 3:51 Vessel 2013
  • Single
"Fall Away" 3:02 Twenty One Pilots 2009
  • Some lyrics derived from the song "Drown" of Joseph's solo-album No Phun Intended
"Forest" 4:11 Regional at Best 2011
  • On May 18, 2011, an excerpt of the song was released, before Regional at Best was, in the form of a YouTube video directed by Mark C. Eshelman. In the video's title slide, the song's title is spelled "Forrest". This could have been the title of the song before its official release.[1]
"Friend, Please" 4:13 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Glowing Eyes" 4:26 Regional at Best 2011
  • Features guest vocals by James Truslow of the band Truslow.[2]
"Goner" 2:07 YouTube 2012
"Goner"
(Re-recorded version)
3:56 Blurryface 2015
"Guns for Hands" 4:37 Regional at Best 2011
"Guns for Hands"
(Re-recorded version)
4:32 Vessel 2013
  • Single
"Heathens" 3:15 Suicide Squad: The Album 2016
  • Single
"Heavydirtysoul" 3:54 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
  • Some lyrics derived from Joseph's poem from the acclaimed "Street Poetry" video
"Holding on to You" 4:26 Regional at Best 2011
"Holding on to You"
(Re-recorded version)
4:23 Vessel 2013
  • Single
"Hometown" 3:54 Blurryface 2015
"House of Gold" 2:43 Regional at Best 2011
  • Released via newsletter
  • Re-recorded for Vessel album
"House of Gold"
(Re-recorded version)
2:43 Vessel 2013
  • Single
"Implicit Demand for Proof" 4:52 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Isle of Flightless Birds" 5:46 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Jar of Hearts" 4:00 YouTube 2010
"Johnny Boy" 4:39 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Jumpsuit" 3:59 Trench 2018
  • Single
"Kitchen Sink"
(featuring Zack Joseph)
5:34 Regional at Best 2011
"Lane Boy" 4:13 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
"Leave the City" 4:40 Trench 2018
"Legend" 2:53 Trench 2018
  • 2:20 of the song were leaked on September 29, 2018.
"Levitate" 2:25 Trench 2018
  • Single
"Lovely" 4:20 Regional at Best 2011
  • Re-recorded as a bonus track for the Vessel album
"Lovely"
(Re-recorded version)
4:18 Vessel 2013
  • Track 15 of UK/EU bonus tracks on Vessel album
  • Single
"Mad World" 1:45 YouTube 2014
"March to the Sea" 5:32 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Message Man" 4:00 Blurryface 2015
"Migraine" 3:59 Vessel 2013
"Morph" 4:19 Trench 2018
"My Blood" 3:49 Trench 2018
  • Single
"Neon Gravestones" 4:00 Trench 2018
"Nico and the Niners" 3:47 Trench 2018
  • Single
"Not Today" 3:58 Blurryface 2015
"Ode to Sleep" 5:14 Regional at Best 2011
  • Re-recorded for Vessel album
  • Some lyrics derived from the song "Just Like Yesterday" of Joseph's solo-album No Phun Intended
"Ode to Sleep"
(Re-recorded version)
5:08 Vessel 2013
  • Some lyrics derived from the song "Just Like Yesterday" of Joseph's solo-album No Phun Intended
  • The song would occasionally begin with a brief poem called "Only Skeleton Bones Remain" when performed during the Quiet is Violent World Tour.
"Oh, Ms. Believer" 3:37 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Pet Cheetah" 3:18 Trench 2018
"Polarize" 3:46 Blurryface 2015
"Ride" 3:34 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
"Ruby" 4:30 Regional at Best 2011
"Save"
(Re-recorded version)
4:02 Website 2010
  • The re-recorded version of the "Save" that appears on Joseph's No Phun Intended
  • The re-recorded version was released to the band's website for download in 2011, but has since been taken down.
"Screen" 3:49 Vessel 2013
"Semi-Automatic" 4:14 Vessel 2013
"Slowtown" 4:57 Regional at Best 2011
"Smithereens" 2:57 Trench 2018
"Stressed Out" 3:22 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
"Taxi Cab" 4:46 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Tear in My Heart" 3:08 Blurryface 2015
  • Single
"The Hype" 4:25 Trench 2018
  • "The Hype - Alt Mix", a shorter version of the song, was released for radio play.
"The Judge" 4:57 Blurryface 2015
"The Pantaloon" 3:32 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"The Run and Go" 4:39 Vessel 2013
"Time to Say Goodbye" 3:15 Johnny Boy (EP) 2009
"Trapdoor" 4:37 Twenty One Pilots 2009
"Trees" 4:20 Regional at Best 2011
"Trees"
(Re-recorded version)
4:27 Vessel 2013
"Truce" 2:22 Vessel 2013
"Two" 3:05 Regional at Best 2011
  • Released via newsletter
"We Don't Believe What's on TV" 3:54 Blurryface 2015

Unreleased songs recorded by Twenty One PilotsEdit

Title Year Notes
"Air Catcher (Studio Version)" 2009 [4]
"I Need Something (to Kill Me)" 2011 Featured in a video released to the Twenty One Pilots YouTube channel entitled "twenty one pilots: Regional at Best Tour Part 01 (Episode 06 - Regional at Best: The Web Series)"[5]
"Korea (Demo)" 2012 [6]
"Screen (Demo)" 2013 [7]
"Untitled Demo 2011" 2011 [8]
"Untitled Demo 2013" 2013 [9]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "twenty one pilots - Forest". YouTube.com. Fueled by Ramen.
  2. ^ "Glowing Eyes". Reddit.
  3. ^ "twenty one pilots: Goner". Twenty One Pilots' YouTube channel.
  4. ^ "Air Catcher (Studio Version) Twenty One Pilots". twentyonepilots.com.
  5. ^ "twenty one pilots: Regional at Best Tour Part 01 (Episode 06 - Regional at Best: The Web Series)". YouTube.com.
  6. ^ "twenty one pilots - Korea (demo) (more information in pinned comment in comment section)". YouTube.com.
  7. ^ "Twenty One Pilots- Screen (Alternative Version) lyrics". YouTube.com.
  8. ^ "twenty one pilots - untitled demo (2011)". YouTube.com.
  9. ^ "Untitled Demo (2013) - twenty one pilots [Unreleased Track]". YouTube.com.