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Twenty One Pilots - Level Of Concern (Official Video)



The twenty one pilots video didn't just gave us fresh content. It also maybe confirmed that Dun and Ryan were secretly married. Dun is wearing a band on a very important finger. Anyway, that theory can be read about in-depth here.




twenty one pilots - Level of Concern (Official Video)



With the country on virtual lockdown, many people have turned toward iconic bands such as twenty one pilots and emo royalty My Chemical Romance for entertainment during the coronavirus pandemic. Some have spent their time rewatching videos and noticing Easter eggs from the bands for the first time.


While twenty one pilots' 2020 single Level Of Concern (and its Guinness World Record-breaking never-ending video) was one of the few good things to come out of lockdown, Tyler Joseph has explained exactly why it was left off the duo's recent sixth album Scaled And Icy.


On Tuesday (April 14), the drummer's fiancé (wife?) Debby Ryan shared some behind the scenes footage of how they turned their room into a glowing celestial haven. "level of concern music video ??? I helped! the song for quarantine by quarantine" she captioned the clip without addressing marriage rumors. Though we're still eager to know if the two tied the knot since getting engaged in 2018, this joyful BTS video is exactly what we needed to help ease our quarantine woes.


'Cause I told you my level of concernBut you walked by like you never heardAnd you could bring down my level of concernJust need you to tell me we're alrightTell me we're okay, yeah


Tell me we're alright, tell me we're okay, yeahTell me we're alright, tell me we're okayBring down my level of concernJust need you to tell me we're alrightTell me we're okay, yeah


Tell me we're alright, tell me we're okay, yeahTell me we're alright, tell me we're okayYou could bring down my level of concernJust need you to tell me we're alrightTell me we're okay, yeah


Thankfully, the T0P fellas saw fit to lean into the moment (worldwide pandemic) and share a simple, yet delightfully hooky pop tune for the masses. Challenged by his mother to write a song about the times, Joseph chose to write about the power of togetherness wrapped up within a love song to his wife. In essence, the song works on two "levels." Though Tyler has concerns about the world with "panic on the brain," and he sees "the world has gone insane, he also seems to have a low level of concern over his marital relationship. Later, he coyly asks wife Jenna, "would you be my little quarantine?" It's sweet, even if it lacks the depth and lyrical layers of previous work. However, this atypical simplicity does not make for a throwaway song. In fact, both the approach and the message of the song itself is a lesson in "reading the room." Instead of a typically dense and elaborate concept album, they choose to meet the present need. That need being a reassurance that we're all in this together and it's our reliance on each other that will be what gets us through it.


"Level of Concern" was written at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic (here's when every American might be vaccinated, in case you were wondering). The first verse opens with, "Panic on the brain, world has gone insane // Things are starting to get heavy, mm" before asking, "Wondering' would you bee my little quarantine?" Following the release of the song, Tyler Joseph tweeted, "First song i ever wrote on electric guitar. I think it's simple but hopeful." The song revealed Joseph's concerns about the impact coronavirus was having on society and his anxieties about finding the right person to quarantine with. He writes, "Tell me we're alright, tell me we're okay, yeah // You could bring down my level of concern". 041b061a72


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