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It’s time to celebrate one of our favorites genre-bending duos’ major label debut, Vessel. twenty one pilots released the album Jan. 8, 2013, and we’ve been hooked ever since.

It’s been seven years since Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun cast their “Holding On To You” and “Car Radio” spell on the world that’s left us craving more. After all these years, it’s time to see how well you remember your Vessel trivia.

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twenty one pilots spent much of 2019 touring in support of 2018’s Trench. With the Bandito tour starting in 2018 and running through 2019 with several one-off and festival appearances, it’s no wonder the band secured a spot on Billboard’s year-end lists as one of the top-grossing tours of 2019.

In September 2018, the band made their return to the stage following a year-long hiatus. They were welcomed back in London for an intimate club show, A Complete Diversion. A month later, they kicked off the Bandito tour’s first leg with Max Frost and AWOLNATION.

With most of the year spent on the road, Billboard reports twenty one pilots came in at No. 36 in their Top 40 tours. The band’s tour grossed $49.1 million, with 726,952 members of the Clique attending 62 total shows.

Following two shows in Anaheim, California, in early December, the duo sat down with KROQ for an interview, where they revealed they probably won’t be disappearing again anytime soon in reference to their work on future albums.

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“To travel the world now and be in a position where we know people are going to be there, we know people are going to show up, is really special,” Joseph says. “It’s something we don’t take for granted.”

When it comes to upcoming releases, the band said they likely won’t be disappearing as they did in the past.

“I think completely going off the grid was tough for both of us,” Dun confesses. “I don’t know if it would be that. We’re both wired to always be wanting to do something that pushes us forward.”

Check out the full interview with twenty one pilots here.