Twenty one pilots recently uploaded Episode 5 of their Bandito tour documentary series. The latest installment takes fans on a journey through a handful of European dates including Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Germany.
In the video, Tyler Joseph speaks to the camera about trying to master perfection at all of their shows. While he hopes that he and Josh Dun always feel as though they could improve, Joseph’s main goal is to give fans the best show possible.
After talking about potential stage improvements to songs “Chlorine” and “Cut My Lip,” Joseph dives into their perfection process.
“I like trying to create a culture of obsession over getting the show right and perfect,” Tyler Joseph says of their live performances. “Its starts with Josh and I obsessing over getting the show perfect. We have a lot of great crew members that have adopted that obsession. The day we walk off stage and don’t have something to get mad about that didn’t go perfect is going to be a sad day for me because that’ll be the end of a very fun hobby for me.”
You can watch Episode 5 of the Bandito tour documentary series below.
Recently, the duo started to implement the “Quiet Game” during shows. The game times fans for how long they can last being completely, dead silent.
According to Twitter, Genovia still currently holds the record for the game.
— twenty one pilots (@twentyonepilots) February 16, 2019
That said, twenty one pilots are currently on their Bandito tour in Europe. You can check out the dates below.
03/01 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
03/02 – Belfast, Ireland @ SSE Arena Belfast
03/04 – Glasgow, Scotland @ The SSE Hydro Arena
03/05 – Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
03/07 – London, England @ The SSE Arena Wembley
03/08 – London, England @ The SSE Arena Wembley
03/11 – Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
03/12 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
03/13 – Brussels, Belgium @ Palais 12
03/15 – Bilbao, Spain @ Bizkaia Arena
03/16 – Madrid, Spain @ WiZink Center
03/17 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Altice Arena
What do you think about twenty one pilots’ drive to create a near-perfect show? Sound off in the comments below.