This new symbol just changed that theory about twenty one pilots’ next era
It looks like twenty one pilots are continuing the cryptically tease their next era with another new clue.
It’s been well over two years since twenty one pilots released their last full-length album Trench. Since then,Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have put out their chart-topping single “Level Of Concern” and an original Christmas song “Christmas Saves The Year.”
Over the course of 2020, twenty one pilots shared quite a few details regarding their next album. In May, Joseph told Zane Lowe that the duo has pushed up their album plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“I’m writing a record right now,” Joseph said at the time. “I’m not sure when it’ll be released. But it’s definitely going to be sooner than we were planning on releasing a record.”
More recently, Joseph gave an update in mid-November with a brief video on his Instagram Story where he shared a simple, “I’m working on the album.” No specific release timeline or details have been revealed just yet, but that hasn’t stopped fans from theorizing their own.updated their social media headersTrench
As we know, twenty one pilots associate one strong color with each of their albums. 2015’s Blurryface is associated with red while the Trench era is known for its distinct yellow. Seeing as the header image is orange, a color that twenty one pilots haven’t used before, fans think this may be a clue about their next era.
Now, it looks like Joseph has just shared another cryptic symbol with fans. This week, the vocalist updated his Twitter photo that features a mysterious blue symbol.
[Photo via @Tylerrjoseph on Twitter][/caption]The color of the symbol now has some fans convinced twenty one pilots' next era is actually blue, not orange. One fan on Reddit pointed out that the Trench yellow turns to blue when inverted.
Amidst all of the theories floating around, a lot of fans collectively believe twenty one pilots' next era will be blue.
What are your theories about Tyler Joseph's new profile photo? Do you think twenty one pilots' next era will really be blue? Let us know in the comments below.