twenty one pilots fans finally break “Quiet Game” record
In case you weren't already aware, twenty one pilots have been trying out something new for the run of their Bandito tour. Instead of encouraging fans to get loud and rowdy, the duo have implemented the “the Quiet Game,” which times fans on their ability to stay completely silent.
Obviously a task like this is NOT easy at a twenty one pilots show, but fans in Paris have put in some HARD work and FINALLY created a new record for the game!
While most stops have been able to hold onto their silence for at least a couple seconds, Dublin hilariously hit the record for being the least cooperative last week.
In fact, the audience made it a whole 0.00 seconds.
According to the band, Genovia was holding the record at a whopping five seconds.
At least, until now.
Paris, France came in clutch with a VERY impressive time of 5.21 seconds. That's a new record, kids!
Can another stop manage to knock Paris out of the top spot?
Earlier this month, it was revealed in an interview with NME that the band are currently working on their follow-up record to Trench while on tour.
“There’s a character that hasn’t been talked about that plays a huge role and that’s probably where we’re going next,” Tyler Joseph said about the next record.
In other news, twenty one pilots are currently on their Bandito tour in Europe. You can check out the remaining dates below.
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
And if you haven't already, be sure to snag your copy of the first-ever fan issue of Alt Press, featuring twenty one pilots!
Do you think Paris will hold on to the "Quiet Game" record? Sound off in the comments below!
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