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Both members of twenty one pilots hit up SiriusXM’s Alt Nation a few days back offering up some of their favorite songs during the session.

The selection of tracks they picked out included songs from the likes of Death Cab For CutieAngels & AirwavesAtreyuBox Car Racer and more.

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Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun hosted the show remotely on April 27 offering a handful of songs with a bit of background about why they picked them out.

When speaking on choosing Angels & Airwaves’ “It Hurts,” Joseph shares a heartwarming memory from his high school days.

“This next song is from one of our favorite bands. I was in study hall in high school and every computer in the computer lab had a student trying to press play on this song at the same time to recreate a concert.”

Speaking on Box Car Racer’s “Cat Like Thief,” Dun shares another memory of how the song is attached to their past memories.

“Next song is one Tyler and I both love. This one goes back to high school, maybe even middle school. I like its simplicity and the fact that its the same drum beat through the whole song, which I think is cool. It also features Tim Armstrong from Rancid which I like too.”

Elsewhere, they picked out Death Cab For Cutie’s “Northern Lights,” Third Eye Blind‘s “Jumper,” Atreyu’s “Lose It,” “Stormur” by Sigur Rós, and finally, their most recent track “Level Of Concern.”

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“This is going to sound cliche but we left the best for last. This song is by our all time favorite band. It’s from twenty one pilots and it’s a new song. This song reminds me that there’s a lot of memories to be had once this is all over,” says Dun.

Luckily, someone recorded the half hour session and uploaded it to YouTube so if you want to hear it for yourself, check it out below.

What do you think of twenty one pilots’ playlist choices? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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