Twenty One Pilots have debuted an unreleased song, ‘The Craving’, while performing in London – watch footage of the performance below.

Last night, Twenty One Pilots – the duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun – performed at the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London. During the set, the pair treated fans in attendance to an unreleased track, ‘The Craving’, which is due to feature on their upcoming album ‘Clancy’.

Titled ‘The Craving (Jenna’s Version)’, the song was written for singer Tyler Joseph’s wife. Watch Joseph perform the emotionally charged acoustic track below.


Elsewhere during their set, kicked off their performance with ‘Overcompensate’, also taken off ‘Clancy’. Other hits performed throughout the night include ‘Trees’, ‘Ode to Sleep’, ‘Jumpsuit’, ‘Guns For Hands’ and more.

Twenty One Pilots recently delaying their upcoming album ‘Clancy’ by a week so they can shoot music videos for all of the record’s tracks. The album is now due to arrive on May 24 via Fueled By Ramen.

At the time, Joseph revealed that the duo had already finished work on eight of the music videos, with seven more in the pipeline. While the album is only set to feature 13 tracks, the musician confirmed that the two extra videos come from them re-shooting one that was already finished, and that one of the songs will have “two versions”.

The band are also going on a huge world tour, taking on the UK, Europe, the US and Australia in 2024 and 2025. Find all the information here.

In other Twenty One Pilots news, Shania Twain spoke to NME last year and opened up about her experience working with Joseph, after he joined her for the track ‘The Hardest Stone’ – taken from her sixth album ‘Queen of Me’.

“I am such a huge fan of his,” she said. “I was very happy and very lucky to get his time to do it. And he did a fabulous job, I’m very proud of him as an artist and I’m very proud of the job he did on ‘The Hardest Stone’, [it’s] one of my favourites on the album.”

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