Twenty one pilots have really nailed down how to make engaging content and their latest music video is further proof of their skills.

The band's new music video for their song "Pet Cheetah" offers fans a closer look at their tour set up with a virtual reality view from the stage.

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The duo's hit track off their latest record, Trench, has finally received the visual treatment and if you've ever wanted a closer look at their view from the stage while performing live, this is the video for you.

Even if you don't have a VR headset, you can still look around the shot and get different perspectives while checking out the video.

You can watch the new video for "Pet Cheetah" in the player below.

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The band have been absolutely dominating the modern rock scene in the past decade and they've earned the best selling rock album of the 2010's by doing so.

The band’s 4x Platinum-certified record Blurryface ended up selling over 6.5 million copies worldwide and over 1.7 million sales coming from the U.S. alone.

The 2015 record sat on the album charts for nine weeks at the top spot. Overall, it held a place on the charts for a total of 234 weeks.

A huge congratulations are in order for the band on this major accomplishment. You can relive the record below.

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