Twenty One Pilots Delay 'Clancy' Release

Twenty One Pilots fans who've been counting down the days until the release of Clancy are going to have to count a little longer. On Tuesday (April 23), frontman Tyler Joseph revealed that they were pushing the album release back a week, from May 17 to May 24, because of their goal to make a music video for every track on the record.

"When I first told Josh [Dun] and Mark [Eshleman] and everyone on our team that I wanted to do a music video for every song on the album Clancy that’s coming up, I told them it’s because I love these songs and I believe in them enough to pretend to sing in front of a camera to each one," Joseph explained in a video posted to social media. "And that’s what we’re going to do, because that’s how I want to present this album."

"But because of that, in order to accomplish that, we need a little bit more time – that’s why I’m making this video. We’re going to push the album back by one week, to May 24th," he continued. "Isn’t that exciting? Just a little more time. Just a little, little more time."

TOP have given fans a taste of what to expect on the new album with lead single "Overcompensate" and "Next Semester." They also announced their largest tour ever in support of the new project. See Joseph's video message below.

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