Watch Twenty One Pilots Deliver Intense 'Jumpsuit' Performance on the 2018 AMAs


Earlier this week, Twenty One Pilots made it clear how badly they need the following Billboard 200 No. 1 album. Ahead of the large reveal anticipated this Sunday, the Ohio duo gave the lead single from their new LP Trench a dwell nationwide tv efficiency on the 2018 American Music Awards. 

Thoughts on A Trench Is Born however, this efficiency was simply superior. "Jumpsuit" is a heavy, cathartic track to start with, and Twenty One Pilots emphasised all its greatest factors earlier than the Los Angeles crowd. Tyler Joseph sang its phrases and strummed its ominous bass notes with function, and Josh Dun drummed like a person possessed, per typical. Added electronics above the driving bass line gave it simply sufficient presence to fill the Microsoft Theater, with out sounding overdone. And the stage design — a black-and-yellow backing display screen that fell and gave option to fiery pyrotechnics and a flame-engulfed automotive at one of many crescendos — was a stable complement to Dun and Joseph's fury.

It's additionally more likely to be the one televised award present efficiency any time quickly that includes a bassist-lead vocalist who breaks into screaming, until after all, we're together with a Twenty One Pilots return.

Watch a clip of the band performing the Alternative Songs chart-topper above.

Watch Twenty One Pilots Deliver Intense 'Jumpsuit' Performance at the 2018 AMAs