This is a first and it's brilliant. Have you ever witnessed a neverending video? Do you remember when Pharrell Williams did a special video around Happy? You could watch it and see people randomly dancing from all over the globe for 24 hours. It was pretty cool.

Twenty-One Pilots are doing something similar with their fans around Level of Concern. This idea is pretty awesome because it's happening in real-time where you can be in the video.

Here's how it works. Every 3 minutes and 40 seconds on the new Neverending Level of Concern, the band will upload new fan-submitted videos and photos. That's it. Just take a quick video of you singing, dancing, or maybe why you're a big twenty-One Pilots fan and look for it to make the live streaming video. Let me repeat, this is live streaming and everything is happening in real-time. This is brilliant and genuine. Twenty-One Pilots loves their fans and I've seen in up close at ExtraMile Arena.

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Those fans don't just love their music because it's fun. The Skeleton Clique follows because they connect with the lyrics. I loved their show in Boise and those guys were so authentic. the performance? That will goes down in my top 5 for sure.

So, get your photos and videos ready to upload. You can do everything from their website and it changes every few minutes.

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