Great news twenty one pilots fans. Tyler Joseph recently revealed that there will be a new song very, very soon. While taking breaks from his duties to his sweet, little Rosie, Joseph has been focusing his efforts on new content. 

The last twenty one pilots album was 2018's Trench so fans have been itching for something new. 

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Just a couple weeks ago, twenty one pilots became just the second rock group to have more than one billion-streamed song on Spotify, tying Imagine Dragons for the record. 

Now, the duo made of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dunn are almost finished with another potential song they could eventually add to that record. 

On his social media on April 5, Joseph posted something a bit cryptic saying "always writing, but this one feels like it should just come out now."

He quickly followed it up with some more details saying this is the first song he's ever written on an electric guitar.  

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Joesph also added that he wants a portion fo the proceeds the song generates to go to Crew Nation. AltPress reported about Crew Nation, last week as Live Nation's charity benefit fund to aid tour crews and others afflicted and out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. Joesph hopes that twenty one pilots and their fans can do something to help with the upcoming song.

i also want a portion of whatever money this song makes to go to this charity i saw called crew nation. it provides funding for people who work in the live music industry who don’t have a job right now. 

no one knows when live music will get back on its feet. i’ve met so many amazing people working venues and touring with bands. hopefully we can do something to help some through this song. 

So hold on a few more days twenty one pilots fans. There will be new music very soon. Until then, tide yourself over with this awesome retro GameBoy rendition of "Fall Away."

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